Mrs. Caldwell

Hello My Name Is...

Mrs. Caldwell

 Mrs. Caldwell and her family


Welcome to Larkspur Elementary Kindergarten! 

I have been married to my husband, Bill, for almost 25 years, and we have known one other since we were in second

grade! We have two sons. Connor is 22 and works as a Technology Consultant. Our youngest son Kai  is a Junior at Montana State University. We are a family of animal lovers and enjoy

our pets. We have three Border Collie/Border Collie mix dogs (Durango, Puppy and Tucker), two cats (Fritz and

Frank), and six chickens (Lucy, Sally, Marcy, Frieda, Patty and Violet). I love spending time with my

family and they take up most of my free time. Some additional hobbies that I enjoy are cooking, camping, hiking and


I grew up in a very small town in central Pennsylvania. I graduated from Penn State University in 1995. After

spending a few years in Philadelphia, we moved to Colorado in 1999. Prior to moving to Larkspur, we lived in Littleton,

Parker and Durango. Larkspur has been our home for the past fourteen years. We love it here and plan on staying for a

long time.

This will be my 10th year teaching Kindergarten at Larkspur Elementary. Prior to teaching here, I taught both public

and private Preschool and Pre-K in Durango and Castle Rock. I absolutely LOVE teaching Kindergarten! It is my

mission to instill a love for learning in my students. I attempt to teach with a passion for my subject so that my students develop a desire to become life-long learners.


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