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1st Grade

First Grade Important Student Links

 

Arapahoe Ridge’s first grade teachers strive to engage all learners to be critical thinkers and to reach their highest potential. We are committed to providing a quality education for your child and will encourage children to become independent and self-confident throughout the school year. We value communication between home and school, and we work hard to develop partnerships with families. Most importantly we work to ensure that school a positive place for your child. First grade is going to be a wonderful year for your child!

Curriculum Information

Important Information For First Grade Parents

Other Resources

Please find more detailed information about each of our first grade classes below. If you have questions about any of our classes and are unable to find the answers you seek in the class descriptions, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

1st Grade Classrooms

Mrs. DeGrazio's Class

Subject: General Education
ARAPAHOE RIDGE REMOTE LEARNING Welcome families! While remote learning cannot replace in-person learning, our overarching goal is to keep students progressing so they’re as ready as possible when we do return to in-person learning.  Just like...

Mrs. Haviland's Class

Subject: General Education
ARAPAHOE RIDGE REMOTE LEARNING Welcome families! While remote learning cannot replace in-person learning, our overarching goal is to keep students progressing so they’re as ready as possible when we do return to in-person learning.  Just like...

Mrs. Prinster's Class

Subject: General Education
  ARAPAHOE RIDGE REMOTE LEARNING Welcome families! While remote learning cannot replace in-person learning, our overarching goal is to keep students progressing so they’re as ready as possible when we do return to in-person learning.  Just...

Ms. Young's Class

Subject: General Education
ARAPAHOE RIDGE REMOTE LEARNING Welcome families! While remote learning cannot replace in-person learning, our overarching goal is to keep students progressing so they’re as ready as possible when we do return to in-person learning.  Just like...