2nd Grade


Rachel Fang

Hello! My name is Rachel Fang, and I’m so excited to be teaching at Saddle Ranch this year. I’m excited to create a fun and engaging classroom where students can grow and learn. I believe that all children are unique and have something special that they can bring to their own education, and I cannot wait to help these 2nd graders build their strengths even more this year.

I grew up in the northwest suburbs of Chicago and graduated from Illinois State University with my degree in Early Childhood Education. Soon after moving to Colorado about 5 years ago, I started teaching 2nd grade in Denver while getting my Masters Degree from Adams State University.


Jenni Willette

Hello! My name is Jenni Willette, and this will be my eighth year at SRE. I have 19 years of teaching experience in the primary grades. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies and my Masters Degree in Educational Technology. My family and I love living here in Colorado. My husband, Sean and I have two daughters. Our oldest, Ashleigh is beginning her sophomore year at Colorado Christian University and Lauren is in 10th grade at ThunderRidge High School. Our girls love soccer, and when we’re not at a soccer game you can find us outside hiking, biking or paddle boarding.

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