1st Grade

Lindsay Givens

Lindsay Givens - 1st Grade Teacher

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Lindsay Givens has been teaching at Eldorado Elementary for 11 years and in Douglas County for a total of 17 years. She has previously taught in Harrison School District 2 in Colorado Springs for three years. She believes in being a life long learner with her degree in Communications from Colorado University and a Masters Degree in Arts of Education and Learning from Regis University.

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Emily Romo - 1st Grade Teacher   Emily


This is Mrs. Romo's 5th year at Eldorado Elementary. She taught kindergarten for 3 years and this will be her second year teaching 1st grade! She graduated in 2017 from Colorado State University with a degree in International Studies. Following her graduation, she was able to teach English in Madrid, Spain. Loving her time in the classroom, she returned home and received her teaching certification and Master's degree in reading leadership from Western Colorado State University. She is excited to continue her journey in the classroom creating strong and loving relationships.


Johnna Clavadetscher - 1st Grade Teacher             Johnna

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Johnna Clavadetscher will be entering her third year as a First Grade teacher at Eldorado Elementary.  Prior to teaching in First Grade, Johnna worked in special education as a School Psychologist for 10 years.  She graduated from Adams State College with a degree in Elementary Education in 2006 and from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in School Psychology in 2011.  In her spare time, Johnna enjoys spending time with family, going outdoors and practicing yoga. She is so excited to head into the 24-25 school year to foster new relationships and fun experiences with her students! 

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