Hello Webster families!
My name is Marie Ciarletta and this will be my 6th year as the School Counselor at Webster Elementary School!
To give a short background on me... I was born and raised about 45 minutes west from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania... GO EAGLES. I received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Alvernia University, and a Master's degree in K-12 School Counseling from Villanova University... GO NOVA. I moved to Colorado July of 2018 after I graduated from Villanova University. My husband and I love being in the mountains, which is what brought us out to Colorado! My hobbies include hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, and painting.
What I love most about the elementary level is the genuine curiosity students have in their learning and the world around them, as well as the opportunity for early intervention support that can have a lifetime positive impact on a child.
As a School Counselor, my primary responsibility is to promote social/emotional development of ALL students. I look forward to offering support to the Webster students, staff, families, and community. During the school year, I will be meeting with students individually, conducting classroom guidance lessons, meeting with parents, collaborating with teachers and staff, and consulting with community organizations to benefit and meet the needs of all Webster students.
I am very excited to continue working with your students. I hope everyone has a great school year!
Hi! My name is Sandy Elliott. This is my first year at Webster Elementary, but my 23rd year in WSD3. I am so excited to join the Webster family!
My position at Webster is a TOSA (teacher on special assignment). Before taking the position at Webster, I was a high school English teacher and then a school counselor. I have a degree in English Education from Colorado State University, a Master’s in School Counseling from University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, and a principal’s license from Fort Lewis College. I will be acting in multiple roles this year. I will be helping the administration with student discipline, and I will also be working with our military families to support those students who may be impacted due to frequent moves or parental deployments.
If I can help support your student in any way, please do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com.