Exceptional Student Support Team
Hello! My name is Ms. Klug and I am an Exceptional Student Services teacher working with students in K-5th grade who have learning needs. This is my four year teaching in Aurora Public schools and my second year at Century. Before Century I worked at Aurora Hills Middle School. I attended Winona State University, in Minnesota, where I received my degrees in Elementary, Early Childhood and Special Education. In my free time, I love traveling, being active, playing games, and watching sports. Being from Wisconsin I am a huge football fan, I am a huge fan of the Green Bay Packers and the Wisconsin Badgers. At Century, I love the movement we promote throughout the school day and how we build community through inclusion. When your child enters their classroom, they know they have a supportive community in their peers and the adults in the school. Our school also celebrates movement throughout the school day, allowing students to understand how to regulate their body in order to focus during the day. It’s a wonderful site to see our student building the schools core values of safety, empowerment, compassion and mindfulness throughout the school day and year. I’m excited for what this year has in store!
My name is Ryan Shaw and I am an affective needs teacher for grades K-2. I've been married for 12 years and I have an amazing son named Jack. This is my 18th year in public schools. This is my first year at Century Elementary School. Prior to coming to Century, I was an Administrative Support TOSA at Aurora Central High School. I received my Bachelors in Elementary Education K-6 and Special Education K-12 from University of Wyoming, my Masters Degree in Special Education from University of Northern Colorado, my Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from University of Northern Colorado. In my free time I enjoy landscaping, gardening, and decorating for the holidays. I love Century because I have the opportunity to work with children and build quality relationships with my students.