Ms. Katya Larson

Katya at an Elephant Reserve in Jaipur, India
  • Schedule

    M, T, W, F (Th)

    8:20-10:42 (8:20-10:18): Porter

    10:42-1:45 (10:18-12:00): Prep/Check in with Staff, Teachers, and Students/Lunch

     1:45-3:30 (12:00-2:30): Meadow Hill

    3:30-4:00 Prep at Meadow Hill (2:30-4:00 ELL Dept. Staff Meeting)

     

    Teachers: Please email me if you would like me to stop by during your prep/lunch or before/after school. 


    The best way to get a hold of me is via email.

    Email: klarson@mcps.k12.mt.us

    Phone: 406-728-2400 ext. 1155

     

    If you need to get a hold of me quickly, please call my cell phone or Shirley Lindburg ext. 1057. 

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    Jambo! 

    (marhabaan) مرحبا

    Hello!

    I am the middle school English Language Learning TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment) for MCPS. I teach English to students at all three middle schools. I am often travelling around the district, but I am always happy to sit down and chat. 

     


    A Little Bit About Me

    This is my first year as a certified teacher in MCPS. I was born and raised in Colorado and had the opportunity to travel with family and school. Whether hiking through the Rocky Mountains, rafting down the Una River in Bosnia, or drinking afternoon chai at an elephant reserve in India, I am always searching for new ways to explore cultures and connect with people. This life-long desire to learn about different people and places grew into the desire to teach others. I earned my bachelor's degree in English as a Second Language and Social Studies Education from the Universtiy of Wyoming. I am excited to be a part of the MCPS ELL Department and explore Missoula, Montana. 

     


    A Little Bit About the MCPS English Language Learning Department

    The ELL Department supports English Language Learners throughout the district. 

    Core Beliefs

    • We believe the entire school community is responsible for the success of English Language Learners.  
    • We believe the diversity of student languages and cultures are an asset to our school community.
    • We believe every student is entitled to quality instruction that gives them access to the concepts and content that are necessary for high school graduation. 

    We serve a diverse population of English Language Learners from all different backgrounds. In the past two years, we have been very fortunate and happy to welcome refugee students to Missoula. Most of the refugees in Missoula come from Eritrea, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, and Syria. If you would like to learn more, you can visit these sites: 

     

    Anyone interested in becoming an English Language Learning Volunteer must first complete the ELL Volunteer Tutor Application.  Once completed, the volunteer must also complete the District volunteer process