Bringing new experience to Heritage
Hailing from the consistently sunny and warm Miami, Florida, a new teacher has trecked to tumultuous Colorado to serve as a teacher at Heritage High School.
Ms. Nicole Tarullo has taken up the position of teaching Algebra I, Algebra Support and Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus this 2014-2015 school year.
“Heritage chose me,” Tarullo says. “I knew it was a good school and area.”
Offering a technology influenced approach to teaching, Tarullo merges her experience in the young and rapidly expanding Miami environment with the established, nature-oriented Littleton scene.
“I am looking forward to learning a lot from her experience as a teacher in Florida and her skill in technology,” says Ms. Addie Wade, a fellow math teacher at Heritage.by
Students prepare for the holiday season
Heritage students have many unique ways to celebrate the holidays. As winter break nears, students eagerly await their holiday traditions, from latkes to egg wreaths.