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Superintendent Justin Bartholomew recently announced the hiring of the new assistant principal of Bagnall Elementary School and a new director of information technology and digital learning for the district.
Catherine Page, who has served as a technology and media integration specialist for the Newburyport Public School District for the past four years, has been selected to become the Regional School District’s Director of Digital Learning and Information Technology. of Pentucket. He has worked in media and technology for nearly 40 years with news networks, schools and universities.
In his new role, Page will work with academic leadership to develop ways and strategies to effectively integrate technology into the curriculum; manage all information technology resources, including staff, budgets, network infrastructure, academic and administrative systems, security systems, and VoIP telephony services; and lead a team of five full-time and part-time IT support staff. Supervise school attendance service operations; provide technology and maintain district technology support; establish IT policies and expectations; support IT-related professional development for staff; and review and integrate, when necessary, new and emerging technologies and their possible applications in the district.
Brenda Erhardt, a current Page Elementary School teacher at Pentucket Regional School District, has been selected as an assistant principal at Bagnall Elementary School. She has worked as an English arts teacher in the Pentucket Regional School District for 17 years.
As an assistant director, Erhardt will evaluate and supervise both professional and support staff. It will plan, organize and implement curricular and administrative functions of the school to support educational services with available resources. Her responsibilities also include assisting the principal in building management, facilitating communication with student families, identifying various student support needs and growth opportunities, and assisting in curriculum analysis and teaching of all the school.
“Catherine Page has extensive knowledge of media and information technology,” Bartholomew said. “She has worked in the industry and studied it, and will be a great asset to our district leadership team. And Brenda Erhardt has served for many years as a wonderful teacher and connected with students and families, which I am sure will continue as she travels. to this new role. We are pleased to welcome both of you to our team this summer. “
Page and Erhardt begin their new roles on July 1st.