Meet our Tutors

Jen Pelcyger

Jen Pelcyger is at the Associate level through the Academy of Orton-Gillingham. She has been working with children with dyslexia, dysgraphia and ADHD for 11 years. Jen enjoys building a relationship with each child and watching their self-esteem grow as they gain confidence in their ability to read, spell and write. Jen has a background in education and taught first grade for 7 years prior to working with individuals with dyslexia. Her calm demeanor and patience paired with classroom management experience makes her tutoring sessions productive and fun. Her goal is for her students to experience success. Jen moved from teaching to tutoring in 2009 and enjoys working with these bright students one-on-one. Jen lives in Denver with her husband and 9 year old son, Sam. She enjoys singing in a choir, hiking and camping.

Aubrey Rule



Aubrey Rule a licensed teacher in Colorado with 7 years of experience in Denver Public Schools teaching 3rd and 5th grade.  She also tutored with Rocky Mountain Dyslexic Camp, where she was trained in, and fell in love with the Orton-Gillingham approach.  That led her to focus the last three years of her teaching career on only literacy. Aubrey is excited to be using her training and love of working with kids to help more students find the joy of reading!   This past year she took time away from teaching to spend time with Arlo, her two and a half year old, and work on creative endeavors, including starting a little soap company, getting her garden going, hugging trees, camping, sewing, hiking, and reading. Before teaching, Aubrey worked at residential outdoor camps for 14 years in California, Maine and here in Denver.  She created relationships with kids of all ages and backgrounds for over 20 years, and is thrilled to begin this new adventure in teaching and learning with your child!

Hannah Keller


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I have always found working with children to be magical. I completed 50 hours of Orton-Gillingham Training through Orton-Gillingham of Minnisota. I chose this program because of its built-in 20 hours of practicum and instructional feedback. I am currently doing a practicum that is 100 hours in order to get more in-field feedback and improve my ability to help students as I am tutoring. I have enjoyed watching my students unlock their own success in reading through this multi-sensory approach. When I am not watching magic unravel in children, I like to experience it through coffee, photography, doodling and travel. I have experience with multiple kids film camps and in-home caregiving for children with special needs.