Crew - Spring
Mr. John Lindahl began teaching mathematics at The Gow School in 2005. He presently teaches Developmental Mathematics, Algebra II, and PreCalculus. Outside the classroom, Mr. Lindahl is the Dean of Residential Life, he is the Head Rowing Coach, Assistant Academic Director of The Gow School Summer Program, Chair of the school’s NYSAIS accreditation steering committee, and a dorm parent. In the past, he also coached Modified Soccer.
Mr. Lindahl grew up in Jamestown, NY and graduated from Jamestown High School. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics Secondary Education from Buffalo State College, a New York State Teaching Certification in Mathematics 7-12, and a Master of Science degree in Economics from the University of Maine. Mr. Lindahl has attended several conferences related to dyslexia and mathematics instruction, including The International Dyslexia Association Conference in Baltimore and the Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics and Technology at Phillips Exeter Academy. He has presented to local parents and educators, and to regional branches of The International Dyslexia Association in Toronto and Chicago on the use of technology and the instruction of mathematics. He was the recipient of The Gow School’s 2013 Lowell L. Lundell Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Mr. David Maier spent one year at The Gow School as a student and graduated in 1992. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts & Science from DePaul University. He then went on to work as a substitute teacher and basketball coach at Will Carleton Academy in Hillsdale, Michigan.
In 2012, Mr. Maier joined The Gow School faculty as an Instructional Assistant, dorm parent, and coach. Currently, he teaches English 7, 8, and 9, and he Modified Basketball and Tennis. Mr. Maier lives on campus with his wife and their two children. He is an devoted sports fan, and he enjoys playing golf, traveling, and spending time with his family.