Melanie Doyle ’13
First Grade Homeroom Teacher
A 2013 graduate of Aspen Country Day School, Melanie attended Aspen High School and continued on to Colorado State University, where she completed a double major in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Early Childhood Development and French and a minor in Ethnic Studies. Melanie was a Rotary Youth Exchange Student in France and the president of the French Club at CSU. She taught both preschool and French in Fort Collins at a language immersion school before joining the Lower School team at ACDS in 2022.
Your favorite place on campus?
The kindergarten space! I love greeting the kids when they come in every morning and watching them grow in the classroom. The space is colorful, inclusive and shows everything they’re learning.
Your favorite place in Aspen?
The pond at Snyder Park, which is right near where I grew up. It’s very peaceful and relaxing.
Something we don’t know about you?
I lived in Nantes, France, for a couple of years in high school and then studied there in college. I love French culture and hope to teach English there in the future.
One thing you’re especially proud of?
I’m very proud to be in education. Working with kids is always something I’m excited to talk about, and as is working alongside other teacher.