Lynzie Wojan

Hi! I’m Mrs. Wojan!


I am so excited to work with your child. It is going to be a year full of fun, learning, and lots of adventures. I cannot wait to get the year started so we can start to get to know each other.


I am married to my wonderful husband, Thomas. We just got two Golden Retriever puppies this summer. We love being outdoors with them and going to the lake! 


I have lived in Parker all of my life and even graduated from Chaparral High School! I went to Durango, CO for college and graduated from Fort Lewis College. I loved being in Durango and being able to go outside and go on hikes any time I wanted! I moved back to Parker for my student teaching because I wanted to be closer to home. I ended up doing my student teaching in a fourth grade classroom here at Prairie Crossing where I fell in love with the school and the kids. I knew that Prairie Crossing was home to me, and I was fortunate enough to be able to stay! I spent a semester working in the Special Education classroom at PCE, where I was able to learn how to best differentiate for all my students. This will be my second year in First Grade and I can't wait to get the school year started!


It is my mission to instill a love for learning in my students. I teach with passion so my students can develop a desire to become lifelong learners. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. It is so important to keep open communication with families, and I believe that we are all a community in your child's learning. I look forward to a great year together! 


Love, 

Lynzie Wojan 

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