Lindsay Esparza

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Important Classroom and School Information

August 13th- Back to School Night Virtual Presentation- More info. coming soon!

August 14th- Virtual Meet the Teacher- Each student will be assigned a 10 minute time slot to meet with me.  Schedule coming soon!

August 17th-21st- Orientation Week- Students will be assigned one full day to come and get oriented to the classroom.

August 24- Hybrid learning begins.


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Reading- Students maybe assigned reading homework Monday through Thursday that aligns to their instruction. If an official reading assignment is not given, the students will be asked to read a minimum of 20 minutes a night. 

Math- Students will have a math assignment Monday through Thursday, unless the class has an assessment that day. 

Math Facts- Students need to be working on multiplication/division facts daily for 15 minutes. Students can use flash cards, online programs, or any form that works best for them. 

**If a student does not have their homework completed they will complete their work during the second recess. They are responsible each night to complete assigned tasks and have planners signed.**


Family PictureFamily PictureWelcome, I am Mrs. Esparza, your fourth grade teacher. This is my seventh year teaching at Sand Creek and my ninth year teaching fourth grade. My husband and I are both Colorado natives and are currently living in Morrison. We have two beautiful daughters and two crazy pups that complete our family. I enjoy being outdoors, camping, relaxing on our boat, exploring different zoos and spending time as a family. Sand Creek is my home and I love working here with the wonderful staff and amazing families. 

Education: Bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Arts/ Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Math and Science at Western State College. 

Teaching Philosophy: I truly believe that children are the building blocks of the future and teachers are the foundation. As a teacher, I feel that it is my job to inspire, encourage and motivate every student. My hope is that I can make a lifelong impression on each child.