Meet the Centennial Elementary Literacy Fellow Team! October 19, 2016Fellow Spotlight, Uncategorizedadmin Christen Aldridge is a literacy fellow at Centennial Elementary School. Her hometown is Denver, Colorado and she graduated from Bennett College in North Carolina with degrees in English and Global Studies. When asked why she became a fellow, Christen said-“I’m a DPS grad and being able to come back after school and work in my community was important to me. I want to be the teacher that inspired me. I want to have a big impact on a student’s life.” Leanne Carmichael is a returning literacy fellow at Centennial Elementary School. Her hometown is Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and she graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Special Education. When asked why she became a fellow, Leanne said- “I love working with kids and see a strong need for early literacy development.” Katharine Wilson is a literacy fellow at Centennial Elementary School. Her hometown is Aurora, Colorado and she graduated from the University of Denver with degrees in English and German. When asked why she became a fellow, Katharine said- “I like literacy and working with kids. This seemed like a good combination.” Stuart Hardin is a returning literacy fellow at Centennial Elementary School. His hometown is St. Louis, Missouri and he graduated from Regis College with degrees in Philosophy and English. When asked why he became a fellow, Stuart said- “I love reading and being able to share that with kids. I especially like the elementary age group. It’s cool to be able to work with all the elementary age groups.” Kim Hunter is the coordinator at Centennial Elementary Schools. She has been a part of the Denver Fellows for the past four years. Kim’s hometown is Denver, Colorado and she has received degrees from Metro and UCD. When asked why she got involved with the Denver Fellows program Kim said- “I was an assistant principal looking for a leadership role in a different capacity. I heard about how awesome the program was and applied.” Ms. Wilson and her students working together. Ms. Aldridge leading the students to class.