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Aaron Wiesner

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About Me

What inspired you to get into the field of education?: 

 I worked teaching swimming lessons in high school and lead me to want to work with students. Working for BASE camp through college only solidified my decision to be in the teaching profession. Students are still the inspiration for continuing my education journey. 

What’s the most rewarding part of your job?: 

Working with students is by far the most rewarding part of teaching and is what brought me to the profession. Talking to students about the current news, what books they are reading, thinking deeply through how content shapes their lives, learning about each other, and sharing stories are all that make teaching the profession I choose.

General background information (years in education, degree(s), Universities/Colleges attended): 

My name is Aaron Wiesner and I teach High School Language Arts and Social Studies! I graduated from Colorado State University and have been teaching ever since! I have been teaching for seven years, have a master’s degree in educational leadership, and have worked extensively with both middle and high school grades.


When I am not teaching, I love climbing and hiking and play in several volleyball leagues around town. I love watching football and root for the Colorado home teams, but have a particular love for football and, of course, the Broncos. 

My Classroom

Courses Taught: 

9th Grade English

World Literature


Film Studies

Colorado History


About My Classroom: 

My classroom is an open and safe environment for all students. The classroom gives students responsibility and responds to the freedoms students demonstrate they can handle. 

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