During the school year Carl is responsible for PE education at BDS for students in pre-kindergarten to fourth grade. He develops the curriculum and specific daily lessons for our students and works with them to develop tangible skills, such as dribbling a basketball and kicking a soccer ball as well as intangible skills like teamwork, good sportsmanship, and the enjoyment of being active. Carl also works with his colleagues in the athletics department to teach fifth and sixth grade intramural athletics. The curriculum for these students builds upon their existing PE foundation and prepares them for our interscholastic sports and how to be a contributing teammate.
A native of Boston, Carl spent a wonderful summer working as the assistant athletic director at Camp Harbor View before joining us for the first time at Belmont Day Camp in 2016. At Camp Harbor View he learned the joys of the camp experience and saw the impact that a meaningful, intentional, and supportive summer community can have on children and their growth as individuals. He shares that, "what I most enjoyed about working at camp is how the program provides children with an enthusiastic and supportive community where they could be creative, engage in new experiences, have fun, and joyfully be themselves. As a school, we are committed to providing our students with a creative, engaging, and fun environment in the classroom. I’m excited to be part of bringing that same experience to children during the summer. Together with the dedicated and passionate staff, I am looking forward to ensuring all our campers have an exciting and enriching summer at BDS."
Carl earned his undergraduate degree from Boston University and graduate degree from Northeastern University. He is passionate about coaching basketball, cooking, and learning new skills.