Heidi Johnson - 3rd Grade Teacher
Heidi Johnson has been teaching for 24 years. Twenty of these years has been in Douglas County teaching Kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth and fifth grades. Prior to teaching in Douglas County she taught in Littleton Public Schools as a Literary Specialist and then in Arizona as a preschool and third-grade teacher. She was a Digital Educator from 2006-2007. Heidi has served on the technology and PRIDE committees and has served on the Building Leadership team since 2011. She received her undergraduate degree, in 1985, from Northwestern College in Elementary Education. In 2003 she received her Masters Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment from Walden University in Minnesota.
Inga McAllen - 3rd Grade Teacher
Inga McAllen has been an elementary school teacher for 26 years. She started teaching 1st and 2nd grade students in the Chicago area shortly after she graduated from college in 1990. In 1995, she moved to the Denver area and took her first job in Douglas County. She has been an educator in Douglas County for 20 years, having taught Read to Achieve (a grant-funded reading program), 4th and 5th grades, 2nd grade, and now 3rd grade. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas in Elementary Education. In 1996, she became part of a Douglas County Cohort group and received her Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Colorado. In addition to her regular teaching responsibilities, she works with a team of Douglas County teachers building awareness around healthy schools and healthy living and she is an advisor to Student Council here at Eldorado.
Anne Taylor - 3rd Grade Teacher
Anne Taylor is a third grade teacher at Eldorado. Anne proudly holds teaching certificates in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Gifted and Talented Education. She has 21 years of experience teaching kindergarten through sixth grade. Anne has worked for DCSD for seven years teaching Discovery Reading to 2nd-6th grade students, 2nd and 3rd grade general education, and as a Learning Specialist for students in the 4th-6th grades. Anne has worked in both private and public school settings, serving diverse populations.