Breanne Rosco, Vice Principal
Welcome back Cen10! I hope you had a very restful and relaxing summer. We are so excited to be back this fall in person and have been working hard to make this year a memorable one. My name is Breanne Rosco and I am the sophomore Vice Principal this year (whoop, whoop, class of 2024!). This year marks my 10th year in education and in West Ada; I spent my first 8 years in education as a high school math teacher. While I miss the classroom from time to time, there is no denying how much I love working with and helping students as an administrator.
I graduated from Boise State University in 2012 with a degree in Secondary Education, Mathematics and in 2017 with a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Idaho. Currently, I live in Meridian with my husband, four-year-old son, and three-year-old Heinz 57 K-9 rescue. In my free time, I love being outdoors with friends and family camping, hiking, and boating, and playing co-ed softball, a sport I played competitively throughout my adolescent years. I’m a huge sports fan and come from a hockey family (thanks to my Canadian roots); my father is a professional hockey coach, and my two older brothers both had very successful hockey careers playing overseas in Germany.
I am so excited to get this year started and for us all to be returning in person. I am looking so forward to seeing you all again on campus. I feel so fortunate to be working at CHS where the culture and traditions span the past 35 years. If you need anything, feel free to stop down whenever – my door is always open!
10th Grade Vice Principal
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