Alison Littell


Alison Ledesma

Alison considers it a privilege to collaborate with and support the staff, students, and families of CBEA in the work of upholding APS' mission to provide equitable and appropriate instruction to all students that honors and supports their individual cultural legacies and linguistic skills. This will be her 14th year working for APS in which she has served as a paraprofessional, special education teacher, elementary classroom teacher, and a dedicated English Language Acquisition teacher serving grades K-7 before taking on the role of CLDE TL. She holds an undergraduate degree in Elementary and Special Education earned from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master's Degree in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education from Regis University. She is proud to serve the same community in which her family resides. She has three children, ages 21,19, and 8 who have received their education in APS schools. In her free time, Alison enjoys adventures in the outdoors, music, making art, reading, and doing yoga.