I am so excited to serve as the Interim Principal at Teller for the remainder of this school year. Though I have been here only a short time, I am already getting acquainted with the wonderful Teller staff and students. Everyone has been so welcoming and supportive. It’s been a great beginning.
By way of introduction, I started my teaching career in DPS as the Gifted and Talented Teacher at Cole/Denver School of the Arts. Following that wonderful experience, I spent the next 4 years as a Teacher on Special Assignment in the DPS Gifted and Talented District Office. When finishing graduate work in school administration, I was an AP at Lincoln High and then Principal at Cory Elementary.
Since retiring, I have served as Interim Principal at several school in DPS and have loved each and every assignment as it has given me the opportunity to experience the rich diversity of Denver Public Schools. I am proud to serve on the DPS Team!
On a personal note, I love reading, playing bridge, golfing and traveling the world. I am looking forward to traveling to China during the month of June. Last but not least, I enjoy my 4 wonderful grandkids who live in Denver and are all DPS students.
Thanks again for your warm welcome. I look forward to meeting you during these next two months.
Come meet our principal candidates on
Wednesday, APRIL 12th
from 5:00 – 6:00 P.M.
in the Teller auditorium
Candidates will answer questions collected from audience members. All participants will have the opportunity to share feedback with the principal hiring team.
Make sure to pay attention to the signs posted on the streets around Teller! They’ll let you know which side of the street is subject to street sweeping each day. Tickets for parking in a Street Sweeping zone are HEFTY!
It’s that time again – time to order your Teller Spirit Wear! You’ll look awesome, you’ll get something great to represent your school, AND you’ll be donating to Teller. It’s a win-win-win! There are a couple of ways to order TellerWear: you can order online, or you can submit a paper order form to the Teller Office. Below is the order form to print – they were also sent home in Thursday folders, and extras can be found in the office.
Don’t forget: orders are all due by Friday, April 7th!
Checks can be made payable to TELLER PTA
Wednesday, April 12th from 5:00pm to 6:00pm in the Teller Auditorium
Candidates for the Teller Principalship will be there to answer questions collected from audience members. All participants will have the opportunity to share feedback with the Principal Hiring team.
Join us for “A Night In Paris”, where we can all dance the night away! There will be a DJ, a photo booth, and you can purchase pizza and a drink for $6! We can’t wait to see you all there!
Dear Teller Families,
As part of the library projects, this time we have partnered with the Children’s Hospital to help kids with cancer by collecting different items to help alleviate chemo side effects and make their stay at the hospital more pleasant.
This is a great opportunity to teach our students the magic of giving and caring by involving them in the collection process.
We’ll be collecting new travel-sized items by classroom in order to help as much as possible. We will combine these items into Chemo Care Kits for Kids.
The library will be accepting donations starting Monday, March 20th thru April 21st (except for during spring break) from 8 am to 3 pm. You may leave your donations in the library or in the office if students are testing in the library.
Grade level donation assignments:
K.- Lip balm
ECE.- Travel size hand sanitizer
1st.- Travel size body lotion
2nd.- I-tunes gift cards
3rd.- Note pads / pens
4th.- Cozy socks
For more information, you can send an email to: email@example.com
Thank you in advance,
Tellerpalooza will be Saturday, May 27th! Tellerpalooza is Teller’s largest fundraiser each year at the Bluebird Theater with Teller Bands, awesome local bands, games, food, a bake sale, and a “wall of wine”. More event details coming soon!
Do you like live music, throwing big parties and being a part of the community? Then we want you for the Tellerpalooza planning committee. The event depends solely on the parents and the community to make it a success. We have lots of open spots on the committee so you’re sure to find something that suits your interests. Contact Kristina Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or about volunteering with Tellerpalooza! – Emily Port and Kristina Reilly
Teller has launched an app that features an event calendar, push notifications, news, absence notifications, and more! Be sure to download the app at the App Store or Google Play to stay-up-to date and WOW those Teller Tigers in your house with your use of technology. Search for “Teller Elementary”