Anne Drogosch (Reading/Language Arts, grade 6) grew up in Troy, Michigan, with nine other brothers and sisters.
She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Central Michigan University with a major in Special Education. She has also received a Master of Arts in Reading from Oakland University with an endorsement in Learning Disabilities. Mrs. Drogosch has continued her education, recently completing thirty hours of instruction, at various universities including Marygrove College, Eastern Michigan University, Oakland University, and University of Michigan at Dearborn. She has taught at both high schools, Bemis Elementary School, and Baker Middle School. Her experiences include coaching basketball and track, department head, School Improvement Co-chair, Middle School Study Committee, part of a North Central Accreditation Visitation Team, Oakland Schools Training in Reading/Writing/ESL/Leadership Skills, and attending national and local Middle School Association workshops.
In her spare time, Mrs. Drogosch enjoys spending time with her family, especially their vacations to Disney World in Florida and Hilton Head, South Carolina. She also loves to read, exercise, and “cocoon” on the weekends with her husband and children.
Favorite quote: “Think nothing of yourself and speak only good of others.” (St. Ignatious of Loyola)