Old Rochester Hires New Technology Director

Old Rochester Regional School District and Massachusetts Superintendence Union #55 is proud to announce that Mr. Ryan McGee will be the new District Technology Director beginning in August of 2012. Mr. McGee is presently the Director of Technology for the Barnstable Charter School in Barnstable, MA. Prior to being the Director of Technology in Barnstable, Mr. McGee was a technology teacher at Saint Francis Xavier Prep School in Hyannis, MA. In addition, Mr. McGee has served as an adjunct professor at Johnson and Wales University and has worked as a project manager for Contempo Manufacturing.

Mr. McGee has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Sciences from the Johnson and Wales University as well as a Master of Business Administration. He also has a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study of Education in Educational Leadership from Bridgewater State University and is currently working on his Doctor of Education at Northeastern University. Mr. McGee presently lives in East Falmouth, MA.

As the District Technology Director, Mr. McGee will apply his expertise and technical knowledge of networks and computer troubleshooting and manage multiple projects, such as the creation of and increased usability of school and district websites. Mr. McGee has extensive knowledge of the reporting requirements of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, as well as the data privacy laws and practices for both personal computing and Macintosh computer use.

Using his communication skills, Mr. McGee will have the capacity to work effectively with the four budgets of our Superintendence Union and also work effectively with students, faculty, staff and administrators to develop and implement 21st century technologies. Additionally, he will be able to move easily between academic content areas, technologies and software tools that engage our stakeholders to support new collaborations. Mr. McGee’s direction will strengthen and help integrate technology into our curriculum toward the achievement of important, essential student learning outcomes.

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