6th Grade

Sixth Grade Webpage


Erin Griffin

This will be my 6th year of teaching and my 1st year at Saddle Ranch. My family and I recently moved to Highlands Ranch from Estero, Florida. We had lived in FL for way too long and decided that we wanted something different. We visited Colorado a couple of times and decided this was where we wanted to be. We love the mountainsand the changes in seasons. And so, my husband, Dan, and I packed our two kids (Corey 6 and Lucas 1), two cats (Biggie and Eleanor), and turtle (Wishy Washy) and drove over 2,000 miles to get here. It was quite an adventure!
I was born and raised in Naples, FL. I moved to Minneapolis shortly after high school and then attended the University of Minnesota, where I received my bachelor's degree in psychology. In 2014, I moved back to FL and met my husband, Dan, while working at a fire protection company. We have two boys named Corey and Lucas. Youwill learn more about them, as I love to share stories about my family with my students.Corey will be in first grade at Saddle Ranch, so if you see him in the hall, say hi.
In my free time, I enjoy painting with acrylics and oil pastels, hiking, exploring new parks with my sons (there sure are a lot of them around here!), and going for drives into the mountains.



Lisa Singh

I am a Colorado native and I grew up in a family of educators who drew me to my lifelong passion for teaching. Not only did I earn a B.S. in Business from Colorado State University, but I also attended California State University - Long Beach where I earned a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction. I started my teaching career in 1996 and feel fortunate to have had such a rewarding career. I have been a sixth grade teacher at Saddle Ranch Elementary since 2010 and I love being a part of this special community. My passion is teaching math and I offer a multi-level math program spanning from upper elementary through Pre-Algebra.
Beyond teaching, I love to spend time with my family, cook, travel, read, scuba dive, and spoil my dog and two cats.

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