Where Are They Now
Partner Landmark Lincoln/New Car Sales Manager
David was among the first students to attend Havern when it opened in 1966. He attended Havern for two years, in 5th and 6th grade. David says that at Havern “I learned the strategies I needed to succeed in school and continue on to Colorado Academy. I then went to college and graduated from the University of the Pacific.”
David is married to Havern teacher, Leslie Barth. They have three sons and one grandson.
Freelance Web Developer/Designer
Josh attended Havern for three years in the mid-1980s. Josh says that at Havern “there seemed to be more versatility in my days to focus on what I needed the most help with. This meant that every day was different and interesting, which absolutely helped to keep me engaged.”
Josh developed the former Havern School website because he “wanted to give something back to the school.” THANK YOU, Josh!
Program Assistant, US Agency for International Development
Kelsey attended Havern for three years, from 1997-2000. Kelsey says that “Havern taught me to read and write. The teachers explained things in ways I could understand. They were invested in my success; therefore, I was successful!”
Business Analyst, Xcel Energy
Susan attended Havern for three years, from ages 7-9. Susan says that “being a Havern student gave me confidence in my social skills and abilities, as well as good study and organizational skills that helped me later on in high school, college and my career.”
Founder and Owner, UnderCover Canopies
“The only disability in life is a bad attitude.”
Stav attended Havern from 1990-1992. His favorite teachers were Mrs. Janet Kester, Mrs. Budz & Mary Smid. “They gave me confidence in my current abilities while enhancing new talents I didn’t even know I had. I was not in a place that frustrated me, but a place that challenged me.”
Stav is pictured with his wife, Kristin.
Professional Juggler and Comedian
Reid attended Havern from 1978-1982. He began juggling at the age of 15. What was then just a fun hobby resulted in miraculous gains in his gross and fine motor skills. One year later, Reid saw an ad in the paper for jugglers at Elitch Gardens. That summer job convinced Reid that he wanted to continue to perform. Following high school, Reid went off to study with Ringling Brothers, and Barnum and Bailey Circus Clown College, where he learned the fine art of slapstick and physical comedy. Reid began to mix his technical juggling skill with slapstick humor. Since then, he has performed across the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, China and Japan. Reid currently holds 3 Bronze and 2 Silver medals in international competition.
Sabrina Macias is a remarkable young woman. Her determination, work ethic, and talent as a soccer goalie won Sabrina a full scholarship to Brigham Young University. Sabrina attended Havern School for 2 years to help with dyslexia, but she does not let her learning disability define who she is.