Amy Licata, 2nd/3rd Grade Teacher
Hi. My name is Amy Licata. I am very excited to teach the third and fourth grade combo class this year. I am originally from Omaha, Nebraska, (Go Huskers!) where I attended Creighton University and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education as well as a Masters Degree in Learning Disabilities. I recently received a degree in Educational Leadership from Regis University. I have 22 years of teaching experience as well as one year as assistant principal. This year will be my eleventh year at St. Louis as a teacher and my 22nd year as a parishioner.
I have been married to my husband, Lon, for 33 years. We have three daughters, Ellie, Kailey and Lexi, who all attended St. Louis Catholic School. I enjoy reading, traveling, golf, sporting events and spending time with my family.
Teaching at a Catholic school is truly a vocation, not a job, and I feel blessed to be part of the St. Louis Community. I believe that all children can learn. My favorite thing about teaching is seeing students when the lightbulb goes on, and I know they understand what I’ve taught them.
3rd 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: Houghton Mifflin