Riverview Charter School makes 2 leadership hires


From staff reports

Director Robert Bechtold has announced in an email the selection of Jenna Gow to serve as the Instructional Leader for Riverview Charter School.

Jenna Gow

“(Gow) has been with Riverview since 2009 and has proven herself a committed Riverview advocate and respected educator,” Bechtold wrote. “As one of the first believers in Riverview, Jenna aided in creating the extraordinarily strong foundation responsible for the continued success of the school.”

Gow has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s of Education and is a National Board Certified Teacher with the Gifted and Talented endorsement.

“Jenna has the pedagogical knowledge necessary to provide mentoring, and support classroom instruction,” Bechtold wrote. “In addition, she has served as an ADEPT mentor and has informally served as a mentor to many Riverview teachers over the years.

Also, Erica Freeman was selected to remain on the Leadership Team as the Assessment Leader.

Erica Freeman

“Erica’s exceptional performance, drive, and competency over the last few months provided assurance that she was the right person for the job,” Bechtold wrote.

Freeman’s Riverview tenure also began in 2009 and since then she’s served as a third-grade teacher, technology integrator, data specialist, and school testing coordinator. She has served as an ADEPT evaluator for the past several years and most recently received Leadership training in Responsive Classroom.

Freeman earned a degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s in Reading and Literacy.

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