Meghan Quirk

Assistant Principal
Staff Department

What an extraordinary opportunity it is to be a part of the Soaring Heights community. I have been in both formal and informal education since the mid - 1990’s. I have a B.A. in Biology and Religion, a M.A. in Biological Sciences and a Ph.D. in Biological Education. During my graduate work I was a National Science Foundation Fellow and conducted research in the Short Grass Steppe of Northern Colorado and the Wind Caves of South Dakota. At the same time I worked alongside K-12 classroom teachers to better integrate the field of science into all content areas. 


I have taught Kindergarten to graduate level classes and through these experiences I have learned that communication and collaboration are key to a successful team and community. I am grateful to be a part of a school where we celebrate teamwork, science, and a strong community as foundational to the learning process. 


I look forward to meeting each of our families and being a part of the learning community here in Erie, Colorado. 


Inquiry of Dr. Q


-Write a hypothesis for why I am called Dr. Q?

-Draw a picture of what you think a Short Grass Steppe might look like?

-Predict what I researched in the Wind Caves of South Dakota?


**Send me your answers and one clue to an interesting fact about you and it will be my turn to either hypothesize, draw or predict what it might be!!!