Mr. Bryan Breuer, Principal
Back in the 80’s I had two choices – continue to work on our family farm after high school or go to college. It wasn’t a hard choice. I loved growing up on a farm in Wisconsin – it instilled many skills that seem to get lost in this current generation like hard work, endurance, resilience and grit. I also loved to learn and going to college at Wisconsin was a natural choice. However, I credit my career success in leadership to both my love for learning and all those skills I developed as a kid on the farm.
I came to Colorado post-college; serving first as a middle school teacher. In my 3rd year of teaching, I was encouraged by my mentor to pursue my administrative degree. Within months, I was a full-time graduate student at the University of Colorado. Upon finishing my masters a couple of years later, I was given the opportunity to lead as a middle school assistant principal and middle school principal. After 17 years as middle school educator, I served in district level human resources for 3 years. I learned a lot about myself and my career drivers – most importantly, I learned how much I missed middle school kids, families and teachers. That is when I was afforded the opportunity to return to the principalship at Goddard. I am incredibly proud to serve in LPS and have enjoyed the partnerships and friendships I have developed throughout our community.
I have a thirteen year old daughter and eleven year old son which puts me right in the same place as a parent as all the parents we serve at Goddard. My kids and I spend as much time as possible playing in the mountains and taking full advantage of all the possibilities the Colorado outdoors offer. My personal passions include skiing, biking, climbing and traveling.
Mr. Bryan Breuer
Mrs. Kerri Lind, Assistant Principal
I love being a Goddard Viking! It is my pleasure to serve LPS, specifically the Goddard community. It is hard to believe this is my 16th year in education. Prior to coming to Littleton I was an AP, an Instructional Coach and a teacher in Jefferson County. All of my teaching and leadership experiences have been with middle school. Meeting students where they are academically, socially and emotionally is so important to the development of all kids especially at this time in their lives. I feel as if I thrive in this environment. Everyday is a different opportunity to build relationships as well as work with and grow students.
Mr. Eric Martinez, Assistant Principal
Hello! My name is Eric Martinez and I am one of the two Assistant Principals here at Goddard Middle School. I graduated from Metro State with a bachelors degree in education with an emphasis in history. I also received my masters degree from the University of Colorado Denver in leadership and policy studies along with my principal license. I have worked in Littleton Public Schools since 2008, where I began teaching Social Studies at Options Middle School. I left the classroom in 2013 to become a Dean of Students at Options Middle/High School. I came to Goddard in 2014 and I am very happy to be a Goddard Viking!
At home I'm a husband and father to two great daughters one who attends Goddard and the other is at Centennial Academy of Fine Arts Elementary. My wife works for the Federal Government working with oil and gas companies. I enjoy spending time with my family and vacationing in Mexico when we are not in school.