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Cynthia Anderson

A Quick Bio:
My name is Cynthia Anderson (parents, please feel free to call me Cyndi) and I teach 6th Grade World Cultures.  I have been blessed to be a part of Lovejoy ISD for nine years and I'm excited to start my tenth year in the district.  I have been teaching for 13 years and love the way teaching allows me to be a lifelong learner.  I haven't always been a social studies teacher, but began teaching ELAR.  My first degree was in Journalism (TAMU '92) and I still love helping others to write.  You will find your student will need to use those writing skills in World Cultures and I look forward to helping them grow in this area.
On a personal note, my husband, Donnie, and I have four children.  The oldest is Camarie (a senior at Texas A&M), the second daughter is Maddie (starting her freshman year at Belmont University), third in line is Abigail (a high school senior), and my baby boy, Connor, is now 10 and a fifth grader here at SCIS. 
I love to travel and complete service/mission projects.  I've helped run the Czexas English Camp in Czech Republic for eight years, and I love working on various mission projects in the summer.  I've lived overseas in Singapore and Taiwan and I have a serious case of xenophilia.
My Teaching Goals:
It is my goal to spark a passion for history, culture, and both national and global citizenship in my students.  Participating in the education of our future leaders is a huge responsibility and one I take very seriously.  The next generation of leaders are in our classroom and I have faith in their future.


I believe in strong communication and partnerships between teachers, students, and parents, so I encourage you all to feel free to contact me by email or phone whenever you have questions or concerns.  As a parent myself, I want your child to have the best possible academic experience which is rigorous, relevant, and reflective.


I also believe in getting to know my students in depth.  The more I know about each student and the more they know about me, the better we can collaborate and learn together. 


Can’t wait to get to know each of you!



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