Centennial Middle School Administration
|Ashley Bowser, Principal
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Mr. Bowser spent his first thirteen years in education actively coaching speech and debate. Since joining Broken Arrow in 2001, he has successfully coached a number of regional, district and state champions in speech, drama and debate. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education in Communication Education from the University of Central Oklahoma, and a Master of Education in School Administration from Northeastern State University.
Mr. Bowser’s enthusiasm for education and his passion for the success of every child is unmatched. He is excited about the opportunity to serve as Centennel Middle School's Principal and is looking forward to the 2016-2017 school year and all it has to offer --the chance to Go M.A.D.! (Make A Difference!)
Dru Dixon, Assistant Principal
Dru Dixon has been in education for 22 years. The first 12 years being spent teaching all math subjects, coaching and the last 10 years in administration, seven of those years at Broken Arrow Senior High and North Intermediate High School. Dixon received his masters degree from Northeastern as well as bachelors. He comes from a family of educators, with both parents retired from education and a sister that is an administrator at Purcell.
Dixon has three children and his wife is an administrator at Oologah Public Schools. He enjoys being around students and the whole process of school. Dixon likes watching students grow from year to year, and knowing that he influences their next steps in life.
Amy Gann, Assistant Principal
Mrs. Gann joins the Centennial team after eight years at South Intermediate High School where she served as a counselor for one year, then as Assistant Principal for seven years. Prior to this, Mrs. Gann taught 9th and 10th grade English at Savanna High School for eight years, and then served as a school counselor at Clark Middle School in Frisco, Texas for five years before coming to BA.
Mrs. Gann believes that her greatest accomplishments –outside of her family – center around serving and advocating for students and she is excited to be at CMS!