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Instructional Technology

Rutherford County Schools will be led by 21st Century Professionals

Professional development is vital for building and sustaining a quality 21st century environment for the student in today’s society. The Rutherford County School system provides opportunities for administrators, faculty, and staff to develop technology skills aligned with ISTE-NETS. All professional development activities are designed to support our goals of advancing student achievement and preparing students for global surroundings. As technology continues to play an essential role in education, our district provides professional development for technology skills as well as the integration of technology into all areas of curriculum.

Each Instructional Technology Facilitator provides district wide professional development to maintain cohesive collaboration among all schools.  Providing district wide professional development creates a collaborative partnership among teachers, and ensures that all students in Rutherford County Schools are successful in a global community. 


Sonja Smith  Director of Instructional Technology
Central Office


Molly Roberson Chase Middle School
Chase High School


Kendra Greenlee Forrest W. Hunt Elementary
Sunshine Elementary
Harris Elementary
Carver Center Preschool
   
Donna Hensley East Rutherford Middle School
East Rutherford High School
   
Tara Mauney Forest City-Dunbar Elementary
Mt Vernon-Ruth Elementary
Ellenboro Elementary
Carver Center Preschool
 
Grant Haynes R-S Central High School
   
George McCormick R-S Middle School 
   
Donna Ledford Cliffside Elementary
Pinnacle Elementary
Rutherfordton Elementary
Spindale Elementary
   
Steve Chappell Rutherford Early College High (REaCH)
Rutherford Opportunity Center