Meet Our Administration Team

Mr. Bryan Breuer, Principal

I'm incredibly proud and grateful to serve the LPS community as the Principal of Goddard.  Post high school I had two choices – continue to work on our family farm 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 structure, hard work, resilience, and grit.  I also loved to learn, so going to college 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 farm kid.

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 master's a couple of years later, I was given the opportunity to lead as a middle school assistant principal and from there became a middle school principal. After 17 years as a 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 love the partnerships and friendships I have developed throughout our community in my 9 years at Goddard.

I have a 19 year old daughter and 16 year old son, so I fully understand what the parents of Goddard are experiencing as they raise their middle children.  My kids and I spend as much time as possible playing in the mountains and taking full advantage of all the possibilities that life in the Colorado outdoors offers.  My personal passions outside of school include skiing, biking, mountain climbing and traveling.  I love the Goddard community and I'm proud to be a Viking! 

Mr. Bryan Breuer
Principal
bbreuer[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us
Voicemail: 303-347-7870

 

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 20th 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. Every day is a different opportunity to build relationships as well as work with and grow students.

My background in Instructional Leadership allows me to lead teachers both in the classroom and behind the scenes with data, resources, and Response to Instruction. I have worked with mentor teachers, new teachers, veteran teachers, and teachers in the prime of their careers around best practices and how to meet the needs of ALL students. I work closely with our Instructional Coach to continue building capacity within our building in multiple areas. I love coming to work every day knowing that I get to work with all types of learners both students and adults. 

Outside the walls of GMS: I have been married to my husband Jim for 20 years and we have two beautiful girls; Kendall (16) and Kamryn (12). We spend much of our family time at their activities. Kendall swims competitively for FST and Kamryn is a member of XDF Dance Company. Both activities require an extreme amount of dedication, grit, and perseverance... all things we believe in and teach students at Goddard. 

As an Penn State alumnae, I love college football and supporting the Nittany Lions. I was also raised a die-hard Bronco fan and continue to instill that love in my own children. 

Kerri Lind
Assistant Principal
klind[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us
(303)347-7875

Ms. Allison Henry, Assistant Principal

Being able to both live in and serve the LPS community is something I’m very grateful for. While this is my third year at Goddard, it is my 17th year serving LPS.  Over those 17 years, and prior to becoming an Assistant Principal, I have been a teacher, an Academic and Behavioral Interventionist, and a Dean of Students all at the middle school level.  There is just something about working with middle school students that is so powerful to me.  We get to watch students grow from children to young adults over the three years we work with them.  

I am passionate about ensuring both the academic and social growth of all students regardless of background or ability. I approach each student through a lens of equity and as an individual.  I am a firm believer that all students can learn and grow to their full potential.  I value understanding the whole student, getting to know families, and seeking to provide both students and families with support and guidance that aligns with their student’s individual needs. Working as a collaborative team with students, teachers, families, and other support systems allow us to best serve our students. 

Outside of Goddard, I enjoy spending time with my 15-year-old daughter crossing off items from our bucket lists.  You can generally find us enjoying live music, dipping into hot springs, and traveling this great big world to immerse ourselves in other cultures. 

If you need to get a hold of me, please don't hesitate. Below is my contact information. 

Allison Henry

Assistant Principal
ahenry[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us
(303)347-7866