Leadership Team
Bill Hagen
Mr. Hagen is presently is our principal at Bedford High School. Prior to his employment in the Beford School District he served as the Principal of Salem High School from 2005 until 2010. He was the Principal of the Amherst Middle School (Amherst, NH) from 2000-2005; Assistant Principal of Hudson Memorial School (Hudson, NH) from 1994-2000; and the Assistant Principal of the Iber Gove Holmes Middle School (Raymond, NH) from 1992-1994. A 1980 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, he earned his Master's Degree in School Administration and Supervision from Notre Dame College, Manchester in 1991, and has earned credits toward his Certificate of Advanced Study (CAGS) in School Administration at the University of New Hampshire.

Bob Jozokos
Bob Jozokos has his Ed.S. degree from UNH and a Masters in Native American Studies with a concentration in Native American literature from the University of South Dakota. His Bachelor's degree is in English with a minor in secondary education from Stonehill College.  Mr. Jozokos taught Humanities courses for 10 years before coming to Bedford, the first two years at Raymond High School and eight years at Bow High School. Mr. Jozokos was a member of the Bedford High School Planning Team during the 2006-2007 school year and has been on the BHS Leadership Team since.  He is the Advisor of the LARP Club, Airsoft Club, and Armored Combat Club. Mr. Jozokos is married and has three sons, one in high school and two in college.
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Rebecca Noe
Rebecca Noe graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Bachelors degree in English and earned her Masters in Educational Leadership from SNHU. She started teaching in Florida, at Estero High School, before moving to New Hampshire in 2004. She spent 11 years teaching English at Pinkerton Academy and 8 years teaching adult education at the Manchester School of Technology and Pinkerton Academy. She was a member of the Adult Education Advisory Committee for the Department of Education and wrote curriculum for adult education classes. An avid runner and triathlete, she coached cross country and track for 13 years at both the college and high school level. She has completed 9 marathons including 3 Boston marathons. Mrs. Noe is married and has three sons, two are juniors in high school, and one is entering middle school.

Martha Pond
Martha Pond became part of the BHS leadership team in 2017. Prior to joining Bedford, she taught biology, physical science, and various electives first at Timberlane High School and then at Pinkerton Academy, where she also served as coordinator for Destination Imagination and coached cross country in. Martha has a BS in Biology from the College of William and Mary, an MEd in Secondary Education from UNH, and an MEd in Administration from Rivier. When not working, Martha loves being outdoors - running, swimming, hiking, working in the yard, or enjoying a good book in the sunshine. She and her husband have 3 adult children, all employed in STEM fields.

Chris O'Hara
Chris O'Hara has 15 years of teaching experience and has been at Bedford High School since its inception in 2007. Prior to becoming a Bulldog, Chris taught at Londonderry High School and then spent five years in Adult Education at Second Start in Concord, where she designed and instructed a College Transition Program through a grant funded by the Nellie Mae Education Foundation and World Education. Chris attended Boston College, UNH, and Plymouth State University, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Teaching Secondary English and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. When not working, Chris enjoys spending time with her husband, her two boys, who are in high school, and her daughter, who is a freshman at James Madison University.

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Corey Parker
Corey Parker joined the Bedford School District for the beginning of the 2017-18 school year after serving the previous six years in Oyster River Cooperative School District as District Athletic Director. Mr. Parker will also serve as Dean of Wellness at BHS. He has been working in high school athletics since 2002 while studying at Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH where he graduated with a degree in sport management. Prior to accepting the position at Oyster River he held the same position Clark Montessori HS for three years. A Bedford native, he lives in town with his wife Hannah, raising their two active boys, Brady and Cameron.


Kim Noyes
Kim Noyes has earned a Bachelor’s in Science in Communication and Hearing Disorders and Special Education from Bridgewater State College, and a Master’s in Education in Emotional or Behavioral Disorders and Special Education from Rivier College. Much of her experience has been gained in a variety of special education settings including, education collaboratives in Massachusetts, Hampstead Hospital in Hampstead, NH, and the public school settings in Hudson, Nashua, and Windham, New Hampshire.  Kim is enthusiastic about her third year in the Bedford High School community! She is a lifelong learner who can often be found taking notes in a classroom to continue to grow her own knowledge base. On her downtime, Kim is happily kept busy exploring with her husband, Matt, her two daughters, Reese and Marley, and her dog Gabe.


Amy Woods
Amy Woods started her teaching career in 1995 at Salem High School. In 2002, she was a member of the faculty to open Nashua High School North, and has been at Bedford High School since 2007. 1999 found Ms. Woods teaching her first Adult Education class at Salem, and since then she has taught a variety of courses in Social Studies, Humanities and English for Speakers of Other Languages for the Adult Ed programs in Bedford, Manchester, and Nashua. Ms. Woods received her BA in History with a Spanish minor in 1994 from Keene State College and her M.Ed from Plymouth State University in 2014. She has been teaching Social Studies Methods as adjunct faculty at St. Anselm College since 2015. While away from BHS, Ms. Woods and her husband are kept fantastically busy by their incredibly spirited first-grader!!