4th Grade


Blaine Agasa

Welcome to the new school year! I have been a teacher at Saddle Ranch Elementary School since the 2000-01 school year. Before teaching fourth grade, I have taught third, a third/fourth combo class, fifth and sixth grade. I was born and raised in Hawaii and after high school, I attended the University of Northern Colorado. I received my Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Interdisciplinary Studies. I also have a Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix. I am thankful and blessed to be teaching another year at SRE!


Susan Chavez

I grew up in Southern California and spent many summers camping in one corner or another in Colorado. So it was no wonder when it came time for college that I attended Colorado State University. I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies. I then went off to attend Metro State University where I received my teaching credentials. After a few years of teaching, I decided it was time to get my Master’s Degree in Administration.

My husband and I have lived here in Highlands Ranch since 2010. We love all that Colorado offers. Some of my hobbies and interests include hiking, swimming, quilting, cooking, and entertaining with family and friends.

I love teaching and working with kids, and I feel blessed to be working at such a wonderful place as Saddle Ranch! I have been part of the Saddle Ranch Family since 2002.

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