Leader In Me School

Leader In Me School

Cherylynn Dick

First Grade Teacher
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Hello, Rice Familes!

My name is Cherylynn Dick and it is an honor to teach 1st grade here at Rice Elementary with your lovely children! This is my 16th year in education, I taught Kindergarten for seven years in Weld District 6 and I have taught nine years of 1st grade in Weld Distict 6 and PSD!  My personal education has been a journey! I went to HSU in Northern California where I earned a B.S. in Marine Biology, a B.S. in Zoology, a Minor in Chemistry, and a Minor in Natural Science and Mathematics. I moved to Fort Collins Colorado to go to Veterinary School at CSU. My bank account had different plans for me, however. I decided to go to UNC and get a Masters in Elementary Education and an Endorsement in Language. This journey has led me to Rice, and I absolutely love being a part of the Wellington Community and the Rice Raptor Family. 

I have lived in Colorado since 2005 and I am here to stay, at least for a while anyway. I have 11-year-old twins who are in PSD. In our spare time, you will find us outdoors. Paddle boarding, hiking, fly fishing, camping, backpacking, exploring, snowshoeing, and mountain biking are some of our favorite things to do as a family. We also love to snuggle up and read a great book. Dystopian and Adventure novels are my favorite, but you can also find me reading a self-help book, young adult fiction, or a children's book. Live music is my jam and I love to venture out to venues where I can dance and sing. I truly love all music. We share our life with three fun loving pups named Fynn, Regina, and our newest addition, Nanook, who make our little tribe complete. Thanks for taking the time to read about one of your Rice Raptors! 

Much Love,

Miss D. 

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