1st Grade


Jackie Collins

My name is Jackie Collins and I am looking forward to meeting each and every one of you and starting our amazing year together! For those of you that do not know me, I moved here to Highlands Ranch 5 years ago and I am starting my 6th year here at Saddle Ranch, but 13th year teaching.

My husband and I have two boys, a 21 year old and a 10 year old. I love everything Colorado has to offer! We enjoy skiing in the winter and camping, hiking and water sports in the summer.

Mrs. Collins' Classroom


Angie Davis

Hello! My name is Angela Davis. I began teaching in 2002. I have taught in Douglas county for since 2006 and prior to working in Douglas County I taught for Denver Public Schools and Clark County Schools in Las Vegas, NV. I hold a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Idaho. I have been lucky enough to share my time with K, 1st and 3rd. I joined the Saddle Ranch staff in 2015. This year marks my 21st year in education!

I am an Idaho native, but have called Colorado home since 2005. My time away from school is spent with my husband and our two children. We enjoy going to sporting events, reading, and spending time with friends. I am looking forward to a memorable year in first grade at SRE!

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