Leanna Croissant

Hello My Name Is...

Leanna Croissant

 

Welcome to Kindergarten! I am so excited to be your child’s Kindergarten teacher this year!

I wanted to let you know a little bit about myself.  I grew up in Mesa, Arizona and attended Arizona State University, where I met my husband who is a Colorado native. We lived in Arizona for several years after we were married and I had the opportunity to teach First, Third and Fourth grade. I also had the opportunity to be a Building Resource Teacher, which provided me with the privilege of working with many different teachers and administrators.

The past 10 years I have been teaching Kindergarten, and I LOVE IT!

We moved to Colorado about 14 years ago and my husband was happy to be “back home”. I absolutely LOVE living in Colorado! It is a beautiful state to live in and I so enjoy having different seasons to celebrate. We have two children, our daughter Chloe is 19 and a sophomore at the University of Wyoming, our son Cade is 16 and a Junior at Chaparral. We live in Parker and other family members include a "Shorkie" dog named Archie and  a "Dorgie" dog named Louie!

I have a passion for teaching and am looking forward to discovering your child’s unique learning style! I know we will have a wonderful year together! Kindergarten is a year of discovery with so many opportunities for growth and learning!


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