Mrs. Worsley - Centennial Academy of Fine Arts Education

All About Mrs. Worsley
I  consider myself lucky to say that I was born and raised in southern California!  I have always loved working with children, and I received my B.A. in Elementary Education with a minor in Spanish from San Diego State University.  It was during this time in college that I studied abroad in Madrid, Spain as well as discovered a passion for working with students with special needs.  After graduation, I moved to Colorado and received a dual teaching license in Elementary and Special Education along with a Master's degree in Special Education.  It was here in Colorado that I met and married my husband, who also teaches in Littleton Public Schools!  We have two wonderful little boys, Dean and Reed, as well as an English Pointer named Cooper.  Aside from teaching, I enjoy running, baking, sewing and being with family!

I am passionate about differentiation, meaningful connections and real-world applications for all of my students.

Learning Center

For Students - Core Classes

4th Grade Reading, Writing, and Math

5th Grade Reading, Writing, and Math

 For Students - Coding

For Parents

Click on a link below to discover how to support your student's learning!



2016-2017 Fall Conferences
Wednesday, October 18th - 3:30-7:30 pm
Thursday, October 19th - 8:00 - 7:30 pm 
(no school for students on this date)

Next Date: TBD
Centennial Community Learning Series

Next Date: TBD

(The Exceptional Student Services Unit (ESSU) and the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) work to plan Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP) Conferences throughout each school year,  generally, one conference in the fall, one in winter and one conference in the spring.  The PEP Conferences are designed for parents of children with disabilities as well as for professionals and service providers who have a working relationship with children with disabilities and their families)

Important Articles & Videos

(2007 - Wall Street Journal - Based on Carol Dweck's research on fixed vs. growth mindset. More information found at MindSetOnline)
Related article: 
(2007 - New York Magazine)

Family Resources

(Mission: to provide training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children birth through twenty-six including all disability condition with strategies to successfully advocate for their children)

(Colorín Colorado is a national website serving parents and teachers of English language learners (ELLs) in Grades PreK-12).  This link  provides resources including articles and a webcast to support understanding of Special Education services for ELLs)