Caitlin Snarr graduated from Baylor University (sic 'em bears!) in May 2011 with a BS in Elementary Education. She was born and raised in Plano, Texas with three younger brothers. Most of her family is still in the Dallas area, except a branch of the family that lives in South Africa! She had the opportunity to visit the Pagosa area when her aunt and uncle bought a house here and fell in love with this town! She has lived here since October 2012 and has come to call this community home. After taking some time after college to work in Alaska, she began as a substitute in Archuleta School District in 2012. The next year she was the long-term sub in 1st grade and has spent her time in this wonderful grade ever since! Mrs. Snarr is currently a fellow in the Colorado Educator Voice Fellowship program which is a platform for teachers to get to use their voice to help influence education decisions being made at the local and state level. Mrs. Snarr loves to sing, hike, fish, watch movies, see plays, drink peach tea, and spend time with friends and family at the lake!
Mrs. Snarr with a King Salmon in Alaska!