The New Albany-Plain Local School District has selected Mr. Keith Pomeroy to serve as Director of Technology. Pomeroy will begin working in June as the district develops a transition period and plan for technology with current Director Jon Stonebraker, who will retire in January 2014. Pomeroy will begin full time on July 1, 2013.
“I am pleased to welcome Keith to the New Albany Schools Community and am confident that his experience will help position the district for the next phase of technology for our campus,” said Superintendent Dr. April Domine. “The opportunity we have to build upon the incredible development that we have seen with our current director Jon Stonebraker and the Tech Team and the transition to Keith’s leadership will prepare us for the next level and will be an incredible benefit to our learning community.”
Pomeroy brings to the district nearly 20 years of experience working in education, having served most recently as the Director of Technology for Olentangy Local Schools since 2002. During his career he has served as a Director of Technology for the Delaware – Union Educational Service Center and a district educational technologist and elementary teacher for Hilliard City Schools.
Pomeroy will immediately focus on the transition plan with Stonebraker, begin to develop the overall campus plan for technology including the implementation of the work to be included in the new student-centered learning space to break ground in June and open fall 2014. Another key goal will be to take what is learned from the plan for technology in the new building and transition and apply to other buildings on campus to build continuity and opportunity.
“Keith will be an instrumental partner in our work to continue moving the district forward, while helping prepare us for the next generation of technology and both the challenges and opportunities it will present,” said Michael Sawyers, Chief of Operations and Strategic Development.
Pomeroy holds a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Ashland University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Otterbein College.