Woodmont Charter School Appoints New Principal

Veteran educator Jason Lewis will lead the school.

From Woodmont Charter School:

Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) has appointed Jason Lewis as the new principal at .

Lewis has served in the education field since 1993 with his most recent position as a principal in an elementary school in Rochester City School District in New York. Beginning his career as a math teacher, he has had a variety of administrative, leadership and mentor positions over the years.

Lewis received his bachelor’s degree in psychology/elementary education from SUNY Brockport where he also received his master’s degree in elementary education. He also received a master’s degree in educational administration from St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY.

“We believe Woodmont Charter School will continue on to the next level under Mr. Lewis’ supervision,” said Sherry Hage, vice president of Education. “We believe his leadership style and extensive background in education will provide the structured environment our students and parents desire, while encouraging a vibrant and active educational experience.”

Woodmont Charter School is governed by the Bay Area Charter Foundation Inc. Board of Directors, which consists of: Ken Haiko, chairman; Dennis Clark, vice chairman; Lisa Peddy, treasurer; Tom Wheeler, director; and Margaret Wells, director.

Woodmont Charter School is part of the Charter Schools USA Inc. (CSUSA) family of schools. CSUSA is one of the nation’s charter school management companies, serving kindergarten through 12th-grade.

Parents interested in enrolling their child at Woodmont Charter School can apply online. For additional information, call Charter Schools USA at 1-866-KIDSUSA or visit Charter Schools USA online.

Khamar Vish May 17, 2012 at 09:18 PM
Woodmont charter sucks i went there from august to January and that place was crap !
RMC May 24, 2012 at 04:08 PM
My child has been at Woodmont Charter School the entire school year, I have seen first hand how is beginning to take shape into what will be an excellent school. The leadership has taken the time to hand pick a new principal with more experience then our first. I truly believe with time it will be a force to be reckon with.
Alex June 12, 2012 at 03:55 PM
I will say this, I know Jason as a friend and his background in "Life" and in education is one to be admired. He's a caring person and a passion for education and challenges; for he worked fast and hard to work his way up the "chain". You guys are lucky and remember you have a WONDERFUL person!
James Smith October 24, 2012 at 04:54 PM
HORRIBLE PRINCIPLE.... Same issues as last year and will result in half the staff leaving for a second year in a row.... Just close this school. Charter Schools USA is only in it for the money.
ashley garcia April 07, 2013 at 05:26 AM
I don't know this year 2013 I am homeschooled and I am trying to go to that place my mom wouldn't let me go there but I am going to see how it is =) be good school I am coming in!!!


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