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Office of Technology - Central Office

Lori Gnegy - Director of Technology  -

Julie Crawford - Lead Technology Integration Specialist -

To request assistance using technology applications and techniques in your classroom, please see or email Lori or Julie or call 304-822-3528 ext. 160 or 165.
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Computer Repair Technician


Phillip LeMasters, Technician -

For technology work requests, please use this form:  

https://oz.wvnet.edu/ozresa8/information-technology/

NOTE: This form requires that you create an account the first time you use it.  This form will send your trouble ticket directly to the EPIC Computer Tech Repair Team.  This is the only way to submit your request for repairs.  Please do not send emails to TIS or to the Technology Office. 
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Sue Alkire - Webmaster -

To request publication of information or newsletters on the county website, please email them to Sue (or Lori).

Contact Lori Gnegy () or Julie Crawford () for technology questions.




Technology Team Goals
Purpose:  To enable, encourage, and support the the effective integration of technology as a tool for teaching and learning.

          P.S. - It's all about instruction!  Changing instruction with technology as a tool!

What Works ~ Just some thoughts

  1. Time:  Give teachers the time needed to practice and experiment with technology.
  2. Teamwork:  Create a culture of respect and cooperation between instructional and technology staff.  Recruit master classroom teachers to be master technology teachers.
  3. Trailblazers:  Promote success by identifying and rewarding teacher who excel at using technology as an effective teaching tool.  Encourage them to share their best practices.
  4. Balance:  Implement policies to keep kids safe and enforce appropriate behavior, but don't let excessive fear lead to a mix of teaching methods.
  5. Variety:  Continue to use a mix of teaching methods.
  6. Patience:  The shift is an exciting and necessary one, but it won't happen without planning, risk taking, and hard work.
  7. Focus:  Keep your eyes on the prize.  It's all about preparing kids for the 21st Century.  It's about teaching, not technology.

News Flash
The bus to the Green Valley Book Fair on Oct. 3 is filled - No more reservations will be accepted If you have already registered and cannot make the trip, please call 304-822-3528, ext. 141 to cancel so someone else might take your place.

WV Read Aloud Volunteer Training - Oct 2 at Hampshire Co. Health Dept. @ 10 AM - Register Now There will be a “Read Aloud” training on Tues, Oct 2, 2018, at the Hampshire County Health Dept. from 10:00 am.- Noon for volunteer readers in our elementary schools. Contact Deb Hartsock at 304-822-3528 X 141 if you are interested in becoming a reader. WV Read Aloud Program

New Procedure to Become a School Volunteer Volunteers are needed at all schools. Complete an application which requires approval of the school principal. Then apply for your background check. Upon your background clearance, you can be approved as a volunteer. Click for more information...


Hampshire County Schools
111 School Street
Romney, WV 26757
Jeffrey Pancione
Superintendent
Phone: (304) 822-3528
Fax: (304) 822-3540
Learning for All! All means All! - Flying Eagle