Ms. Jennie MacBlane

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About Me

This past summer, I relocated to Fort Collins from Yorktown, Virginia. I have one younger brother, Adam, who joined me from Denver in my new adventure. Our parents, who currently live in Williamsburg, Virginia, will be relocating to Colorado next year!


After graduating from Lewis Palmer High School in Monument, CO in 1998, I moved to Williamsburg, Virginia to attend the College of William and Mary where I received my Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and Psychology.


I was born and raised in San Diego, California. When I was ten, my family and I relocated to Monument, CO. The Hampton Roads area of Virginia has been my home for the past 20 years. Fort Collins is now (and I hope will forever be) my hometown. I look forward to starting a family here!


I am an outdoors girl! I love camping, kayaking, and hiking. I thoroughly enjoy playing sports like volleyball and kickball as well as board games like Qwirkle. Reading is also a favorite past time. Kristen Hannah is my favorite author. I also scrapbook and enjoy cooking new recipes I find on Pinterest.

Favorite Quote: 

"Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination." William Longgwood

"Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud." Maya Angelou

Favorite Book or Story: 

Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing, Bridge To Terabithia, The Harry Potter Series, and The Land of Stories Series are just a few of my favorite books!

Favorite Sports Team: 

I will forever be a Denver Broncos fan!

My Classroom
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In the past 15 years as a teacher, I have taught 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade in all subject areas. I must admit that although I love teaching all content, I am partial to teaching Writing and Math. I love the anchor charts involved!

About My Classroom: 

I am a zany, enthusiastic, and encouraging teacher. I recognize that each of my students come with a plethora of different skills, talents, and academic abilities. This year, students will encounter predicable routines, high expectations, and a lot of laughter in my classroom. This is a safe environment where we learn and grow together. I have been told by previous students that our class is a "family". Since that day, that is how I view my classroom. We are a family who supports, nurtures, and encourage one another.