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Leadership

 

EISNER CAMPUS
 
Jeremy Rike
Jeremy Rike
Principal
Jeremy Rike is responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of a high-quality, comprehensive educational program and for the administration of the program in accordance to school board policies and administrative rules and regulations.
 
Jeremy began his career in education as a middle school teacher at the Foshay Learning Center, where he worked with students and families for five years. He joined Camino Nuevo as a Special Education Specialist in 2010, and became Assistant Principal at the Jose Castellanos Campus of Camino Nuevo shortly thereafter. He moved with the Eisner students and families as the middle school opened its new building in 2012, and became interim co-principal of the school in 2015. The 2016-2017 school year was Jeremy’s first official year as Eisner’s principal.
 
Jeremy earned a Masters of Education in Special Education from Loyola Marymount University and a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at California State University Northridge.
Michelle Pyo, Ed.D.
Interim Principal
Dr. Michelle Pyo is responsible for much of the instructional program, including the Mathematics, Science, Physical Education, Technology, and Intervention departments. She works closely with teachers to ensure all students receive a high-quality education and achieve at their highest potential.
 
Dr. Pyo comes to Camino Nuevo with over 16 years of experience in education. In her previous roles, she served as the Instructional Coach for Secondary Mathematics and Science teachers. She also taught secondary mathematics for 8 years, spanning from Pre-Algebra to Advanced Placement Calculus. Dr. Pyo was the Program Director of a non-profit organization that focused on supporting at-risk youth in the San Francisco Unified School District. She is also currently a Professor of Mathematics at a small private university.
 
Dr. Pyo earned her bachelors degree from U.C. Berkeley in the field of Neuroscience. She earned her Masters degree from U.C.L.A. in the field of Secondary Mathematics Education. Dr. Pyo also earned her Doctorate degree from USC in the field of Teacher Education in Multicultural Societies.