Cheree Gomez is the Assistant Principal of Riverside Academy’s Elementary. In 2006 she earned a BA in Elementary Education from the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. From there, she furthered her education at Southeastern LA University receiving a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and Administration- and earned a LA Principal’s License. She taught for 10 years in the public, parochial, and private school systems- as she has a passion for teaching, learning, and a heart for children. St. John Parish has always been her home, and it is where she currently resides with her husband and son.
Mr. Boé joins the Riverside family after 16 years of teaching math and French at several area schools and 16 years of guidance counseling at East St. John High. After 32 years of experience, he just recently retired from St. John the Baptist Parish Public School System and is looking forward to a new chapter here at Riverside.
This is Ms. Marchese’s first year at Riverside Academy. She earned her Masters of Counseling in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling from the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans. She also attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Rosemary has completed counseling internships with Destrehan High School, Catholic Counseling Service, and the University of Holy Cross.
Ms. Frederick spent the past seven years as a collegiate volleyball coach, most recently as the Head Coach at Loyola University-New Orleans. Prior to collegiate coaching, she spent a year coaching high school and serving as a social worker. Margot completed her undergraduate degree at Cleveland State University and earned her Master’s in Sports Management from Illinois State University.
Coach Cazeaux begins his third year at Riverside Academy. He serves as the school disciplinarian and Head Varsity Baseball Coach. This is his 33rd year in education. He previously worked at St. Martin’s Episcopal, Hahnville High School, Archbishop Rummel, and Crescent City Baptist. Frank is a graduate of William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.