303.666.6220, ext. 107
Hi, my name is Lydia Taylor. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, K-6 and have been teaching at St. Louis School for the past 18 years. Teaching allows me to help each student reach their full potential. It allows me to make a difference in the lives of my students both academically, spiritually, and as life-long learners. My goal is to enable every student I teach the opportunity to reach their full potential and become independent life long learners.
In the classroom I strive to be a facilitator of learning and to present subjects in such a way as to catch student’s interest. I like to bring energy to the classroom and excite students about subjects. I teach to all the different learning styles using the latest technology. I think it is important to give encouragement to students and recognize their uniqueness. I believe in the importance of working as a team with the student, the parents and myself.
4th Grade Curriculum
Reading/Literature/Language Arts: McGraw/Hill “Wonders”
Math: Math in Focus (Singapore)
Music: Archdiocese of Denver Curriculum
Physical Education: Archdiocese of Denver Curriculum
Computer Education: Archdiocese of Denver Technology Plan
Art: Archdiocese of Denver Art Curriculum
Religion: Ignatius Press (Faith and Life Series)
Spanish: Spanish Elementary by Cynthia Downs
Social Studies: Glencoe McGraw-Hill