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Gordon Boschman Named Principal of Berthoud High School

Gordon Boschman

Thompson School District has announced that Gordon Boschman has been named principal of Berthoud High School.  He will fill the position that is being vacated by Dr. Sarah Beth Bliss.

Mr. Boschman had been serving as the principal of the Early College Academy in nearby Greeley-Evans School District 6. Among his achievements at the Academy, he has assisted in the opening of a new innovative early college high school that enables students to earn their high school diploma as well as an associates degree from Aims Community College in four years. He also established and refined systems of support for students and led faculty members in identifying and implementing effective instructional and curricular practices. Before his work at the Academy, Mr. Boschman served as an assistant principal for eleven years at Niwot High School in the St. Vrain Valley School District and he also has extensive experience as a school counselor.

"I am very excited to join the Berthoud High School learning community," Mr. Boschman said. "I am so impressed by the student-first focus of all stakeholders who are committed to provide the best teaching and learning experiences. I look forward to meeting each of the students, parents and staff members soon."

Mr. Boschman earned a Bachelor of Education as well as a Masters of Education degree from the University of Alberta, Edmonton.  He completed his principal licensure program through the University of Northern Colorado.

For more information, please contact Michael Hausmann, Thompson School District Public Information Officer, at 970-613-5011 or via email at michael.hausmann@thompsonschools.org.