Anduze, Michele


My name is Michele Anduze. I was born and raised in Douglas County. I am the oldest of three girls. My husband and I live in Villa Rica with our two wonderful children. This is my sixteenth year of teaching. I am excited about this upcoming year! When I am not teaching, you can usually find me out on the lake in our boat, or curled up with a good book because I LOVE to read! Teaching is my passion; I feel blessed to teach and learn from such wonderful students each and every year. I am excited to share this enjoyment with your family. I feel reading is the most important activity for you and your child to do together which will help him or her be successful now and in the future. Building character, developing one's self, and working with others are very valuable lessons for lifelong learners to be successful. I hope to help foster this with each child I teach throughout the year. I am excited about getting to know your child and your family. I look forward to watching your child excel academically and socially this year!

Specialist in Curriculum & Instruction, Piedmont College 2019-2020

Gifted Education Endorsement, DCSS 2013-2014         

Masters in Reading Education, University of West Georgia 2010-2012         

ESOL Endorsement, University of West Georgia 2010-2011         

Reading Endorsement, University of West Georgia 2010-2011    

BS Early Childhood Education-PDS Cohort, University of West Georgia 2003-2008         


present- Eastside Elementary

2018-2023 - Mason Creek Elementary

                        2nd grade teacher: 2 years

thgrade teacher: 3 years

2008-2018 – Holly Springs Elementary

                        4th grade teacher: 2 years

                        1st grade teacher: 7 years

                        2nd grade teacher: 1 year

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