Faculty & staff

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  • Fr. Piotr Mozdyniewicz - pastor


  • Mr. Dave Kline - principal


  • Mrs. kathi garcia - school secretary

    Mrs. Garcia and her husband, Philip, were married in 1987. They have a son and a daughter who both attended Holy Trinity. She worked at AT&T for 15 years when she decided to resign and stay home with her children. When her son entered second grade, she became employed at Holy Trinity. Over the years she has worked in the After Care Program, helped as an aide in the middle school and kindergarten classes, and in 2010 became a Holy Trinity secretary. She loves her faith, spending time with her family and friends, listening to music, and attending concerts.

  • mrs. Liliana Macias - preschool

    Mrs. Macias comes to Holy Trinity with many years experience as a preschool teacher. She joins her daughter who is a student at HT.

  • mRs. danielle  Charron - kindergarten


  • ms. Britt Nielsen - first gradE


  • mrs. Dina Mcnulty- second grade

    Mrs. McNulty has taught third and fourth grade at Holy Trinity since 2001. Both of her grown daughters graduated from Holy Trinity and have followed their mother's footsteps into the teaching profession. Although she loves teaching children reading, writing, and arithmetic, Mrs. McNulty says that it is a special honor to educate children on the teachings of the Catholic Church and to help them appreciate the greatest treasure on earth, the Holy Mass.

  • mrs. paula stewart - third grade

    Mrs. Stewart has taught at Holy Trinity since 2006, and previously she spent three years in the public school system and 15 years in business. She has been happily married since 1989 and has two wonderful young adults who also attended Holy Trinity and Holy Family High School. She has had the honor to sponsor and travel with the 7th and 8th-grade students to Washington, D.C. on field trips for several years now. She has participated in and sponsored various activities from coaching to yearbook and has enjoyed them all. "I feel truly blessed to be here at Holy Trinity."

  • mrs. joey wells - fourth grade

    Mrs. Wells came to Holy Trinity in 2010 after graduating with a degree in Behavioral Sciences and a minor in Elementary Education. Before that she served with the USAF for 23 1/2 years as a medic and retired in 2011. Mrs. Wells and her husband, Mike, have two children, Katy and Sam, their granddaughter Ayda, and their dog Bella. Spending time with family is always a treat, and she especially loves camping, hiking, and spending time in the mountains.

  • ms. marla smith - fifth grade

    Ms. Marla Smith is a firm believer in Catholic education, and has dedicated 26 years of her career to teaching in Catholic schools. In the past, she has taught grades 2, 3, and 4. She enjoys learning new things, loves to read, and loves arts and crafts.

  • mr. chris lambrecht - sixth grade

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  • Mr. mitch albyn - seventh grade

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  • mrs. deborah gleeson - eighth grade

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  • ms. melissa baines - Specials

    Ms. Baines grew up in Colorado and attended the University of Colorado at Denver where she earned her B.A. in Photography in 2007. She worked in the photography field until 2011 when the opportunity to teach art at Holy Trinity arose. Ms. Baines earned her teaching license through Regis University and has been teaching art ever since. She now also teaches computers and foreign language, and is the advisor of the Yearbook Club. Ms. Baines enjoys reading, photography, camping, hiking with her dog, trying new vegan restaurants, and playing the saxophone.


  • mrs. karen hurtado - after care

    Mrs. Hurtado has been a part of the Holy Trinity family since 2009 working in the After Care program. She is also a licensed cosmetologist. She moved to Colorado in 1991. She has two amazing daughters, Lucia and Cadence, who attend Holy Trinity. Her hobbies include working out, making delicious meals for her family, baking, reading, riding her bike and camping in the summer.

  • ms. leanna danis - after care

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The Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Denver, under the jurisdiction of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, S.T.L. and at the direction of the Superintendent, state that all of their Catholic schools admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. Furthermore, Archdiocesan schools admit disabled students in accord with the policy on Admissions in the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools Administrator’s Manual. These schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, disability, color, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of their educational policies, employment practices, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other school-administered programs.