At STEM School Highlands Ranch we put innovation at the center of learning to unleash the potential of all students and prepare them for an exponentially changing world.
Christine Logue is entering her 17th year of teaching and her third year at STEM School Highlands Ranch as a second-grade teacher. She grew up in a small farming community in Northeast Ohio and graduated from Marlington Local Schools. She was very active in choir, band and Colorguard. She loves sports, especially college and pro football. Though she loves Denver teams, she still faithfully roots for all Cleveland sports teams.
She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Art History. In 2004 she earned a Master of Arts in Education with a focus on Literacy and Early Childhood Education from Baldwin Wallace University. She currently holds a Colo., teaching license in Early Childhood Education and a Reading K-12 teacher endorsement.
This is the 4th state her husband and she has made their home. They moved here in 2011 after living in Portland, Ore., for seven years. They have three children, their son Carter who is 13, and their identical twin daughters, Lila and Callie, who are 8. She loves being active with her family. They enjoy camping, swimming, kayaking, traveling, and going to the theater and the movies. She is also a den leader for her daughters’ cub scout pack and a volunteer for her son’s boy scout troop.
Favorite Starbucks Drink or Snack: Skinny Vanilla Latte
Favorite Snacks: Fruit
Favorite Places to Eat: Starbucks, Sandwich places
Favorite Drinks: Diet Ginger Ale
Favorite Place to Shop: Target, Amazon
Hobbies: reading, diamond art
Favorite Colors: Pink