Teacher Feature: Jennifer Littrell

The following is a press release submitted by the Woodland Park School District

Woodland Park School District (WPSD) is spotlighting one of its incredible educators, who embodies dedication, resilience, and a passion for learning. Meet Jennifer Littrell, a proud Woodland Park High School (WPHS) teacher.

Littrell began her journey in education driven by a desire to positively impact her community and family. Inspired by the support of her husband, Patrick, an educator at WPHS and motivated by the legacy of her grandparents, she embraced a career change after 12 years in the medical field.

Graduating with an Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S) in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies with a Principal Licensure Track from the University of Northern Colorado, Littrell recently achieved a significant milestone by passing the administration and supervision praxis exam. This accomplishment reflects personal triumph and a commitment to excellence in educational leadership.

With an Ed.S and principal license in hand, Littrell is poised to contribute significantly to the future success of WPHS students. Littrell expressed, “Earning this next step in my education was an achieved milestone that I am so proud to acknowledge. My professional goal is to become a school leader and progress to district leadership. It would be a dream come true to advance in this school district and retire knowing I dedicated my time to guiding, advocating, and partaking in the academic and professional advancement of Woodland Park students and educators.”

WPSD congratulates Littrell for her outstanding achievements and commitment to WPHS.