DHS Teacher Andrea Ferguson Named Assistant Principal at Davison Middle School
Davison High School Teacher Andrea Ferguson has been selected as the next Assistant Principal for Davison Middle School. The position was left vacant after Josie Paquette was promoted to Principal following the retirement of veteran educator Shelly Fenner-Krasny.
“Andrea has demonstrated strong leadership skills and should be a good fit with Principal Paquette at Davison Middle School,” said Superintendent Kevin Brown.
“Andrea has been involved in many leadership opportunities throughout her career and has demonstrated strong leadership skills and a passion for education,” said Assistant Superintendent Matt Lobban. “I have no doubt that she and Mrs. Paquette will make a strong administrative team at the Middle School and together will continue to lead that building in a positive direction academically and culturally."
Ferguson began teaching math at Davison High School two years ago following a 17-year career in the Brandon School District where she taught math and science and served as president of the teacher’s union.
“I am so excited and I just feel thrilled to be in a position that will allow me to have an even greater impact on students, teachers and staff,” Ferguson said. “I look forward to helping in continuing to build a positive and successful learning environment for kids at the middle school.”
Ferguson earned her bachelor of science degree with endorsements in math and science from Central Michigan University. She has a master’s degree in the art of teaching from Marygrove College and recently completed her education specialist degree in leadership from Oakland University.
Andrea is married to Todd and they have a daughter, Blake, 3, and son, Nik, is 2. She enjoys playing golf with Todd, spending time and playing with her kids and is very devoted to staying fit and working out.