Hannah Dreiling

Hello My Name Is...

Ms. Dreiling 

Welcome to First Grade! 

My name is Ms. Dreiling and I am so excited for our year together in First Grade! This will be my fourth year of teaching in Douglas County and my first year at Prairie Crossing Elementary. PCE is a special school to me, I was raised in Parker and was a student at PCE. I love this community and I am looking forward to being a part of the PCE family again, this time as a teacher! 


I graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2017 with a B.A. in Elementary Education. During my time student teaching, I had the opportunity to teach abroad in Munich, Germany. Traveling is a passion of mine and it is amazing seeing and experiencing different cultures. Along with traveling, I enjoy spending time with my dog in the mountains and I began learning how to fly fish!


I love teaching first grade - I am amazed at how children learn and blossom throughout the year. My heart is filled with excitement to build an encouraging classroom climate that allows everyone in our class strive for their goals while supporting others. I can't wait for this upcoming school year together!

The best way to contact me is at [email protected]

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