Mr. Charlie Brown received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Music from Amherst College and his Master of Education in Mathematics Education from SUNY at Buffalo. During his tenure at The Gow School, he has taught mathematics and economics, coached soccer and lacrosse, and served as Summer Academic Dean and as the Mathematics Department Chairman. In 1998, he accepted his current position as Director of College Advising. He continues to teach mathematics class. In 1994, Mr. Brown received the Lowell L. Lundell Award for Excellence in Teaching. Students and alumni always comment on his willingness to offer extra math help after study hall in his campus home, Hill House, on Emery Road.
Mr. Brown enjoys gardening, ornithology, composition, music, and lacrosse. He is an expert whistler, and his classical music renditions carry across campus as he walks to work every morning. He and his wife Alice have two grown children.
Mr. Joe Cendrowski began teaching at The Gow School in 2011. A Buffalo native and Canisius College graduate, he is thrilled to have the opportunity to teach in his beloved Western New York. Currently, Mr. Cendrowski teaches math, and coaches cross country and lacrosse. He has taught health and coached basketball at The Gow School in the past.
Outside of teaching and helping others, Mr. Cendrowski is an avid sports enthusiast. He has coached baseball, basketball, cross country, lacrosse, and track and field. Having competed in athletics from a very young age, he continues to enjoy exercising through running and biking, playing soccer, and participating in any athletic contest that comes his way.
Never allowing his inner child to go away, he also enjoys the theater, movies, and video games. When on duty in the dorm or when inclement weather is preventing outdoor activity, he can often be found playing video games with students.
Mr. Jared Bailey grew-up in East Aurora, New York. His older brother, Timothy Bailey, worked at The Gow School from 2014-2016, and his twin brother, Mr. Joel Bailey, joined the Gow team this year as an instructional assistant. Mr Bailey currently works in the History Department for The Gow school teaching Economics to the juniors and seniors as well as Ancient World History to the 7th grade class.
Mr. Bailey graduated from St. John Fisher College in Rochester in 2014 with a degree in History. In his free time Mr. Bailey like to fish and play any sport especially football and basketball. He is also a huge Buffalo Bills fan and enjoys watching the Sabres when I can. Mr. Bailey lives on campus in Whitcomb