Intern Tim Riedl

Hi Everyone,

At our last faculty meeting I introduced Tim Riedl. Tim is in the Harvard Graduate School of Education and will be interning with me. To become more familiar with Tim, below is his bio.

Tim Riedl bio –

Tim Riedl comes to Belmont High School as a Master’s candidate in the School Leadership Program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education to serve, learn, and contribute to the Belmont community as a principal intern. Mr. Riedl’s interests within education lie in family and community engagement, character development, experiential learning, improving instructional practice, and school leadership.

Immediately prior to coming to Boston, Mr. Riedl taught for five years at a private, boarding school in southern Virginia called Oak Hill Academy. As a teacher, he taught a variety of courses including: ancient world history, anatomy and physiology, health and physical education, strength and conditioning, and outdoor survival skills. In addition to his duties as a teacher, Mr. Riedl coached track and field, served on the “Character Committee”, was active in the winter sports season as the PA Announcer for the basketball teams, and volunteered as a dorm parent on select weekends.

Personally, Tim Riedl calls Dubuque, Iowa home. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a B.A. in Social Science Education and a minor in Coaching. He was active in both community service and athletics as a student at UNI. Tim is an Eagle Scout and life-long member of the Boy Scouts of America. He enjoys an active lifestyle of working out, hiking, and exploring the historical landmarks of the city of Boston. He chose Belmont High School in large part because of its excellent academic reputation, comprehensive athletics/activities program, extensive reach of club and elective course opportunities, and commitment to empowering students to reach their potentials.

He would like to thank you all for the opportunity to be here and he looks forward to working with each of you throughout the upcoming semester.

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