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New ESS Teacher at Rye Elementary Enjoys Teaching
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New ESS teacher, Kara Seder, at Rye Elementary School says that it was her dream to teach since she was in the second grade.
 
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Kara Seder, the new Exceptional Student Services (ESS) teacher, graduated from Pueblo County High School in 2005. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from CSU-Pueblo and her Master’s in Special Education from thevUniversity of Northern Colorado, Greeley.

Seder says, “I teach ESS in Kindergarten through 2nd grade classes at Rye Elementary School. I also provide support to the students inside and outside the general education classroom in the subjects of math, reading, writing and behavior.

I love working with these students. I try to bring humor into the classroom in my teaching as much as I can because I believe that if the students are happy and excited to learn, they will retain so much more information than they normally would."

“In the past I worked at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind in Colorado Springs with 18-21 year old adults with disabilities. I worked with them to help them to succeed in attaining employment, and in learning independent living skills. It was a very dynamic, rewarding job that brought new and unexpected experiences every day.”

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