New V.P. to Begin New Era in Tech
| David Dellacca
Over the past two years, the Scecina Memorial Technology Committee and many other people have been
instrumental in laying the foundation for a new technology era at our school. Today, this era has begun in earnest with President Joe Therber’s announcement that Mr. David Dellacca has been hired to serve as the school’s first Vice President of Technology.
“David’s Catholic faith, his experience, and his collaborative style make him an excellent fit for this newly created administrative position within our school,” said President Therber.
His robust background and set of experiences in educational technology include:
- State of Indiana K-12 education license in School Media Services
- Master of Science degree from Ball State University in Information and Communication Sciences
- Full-time, adjunct, and consulting work experience that includes serving as:
- Owner of First Wave Technology Solutions
- Teacher at the McKenzie Center for Innovation and Technology for M.S.D. of Lawrence Township
- Associate Professor at IUPUI
- Dean of Information Technology at Harrison College
- Network Administrator for Beech Grove City Schools.
David also has a strong familiarity with Scecina Memorial High School through his recent volunteer work with the school’s Technology Committee. He has served alongside Board member Rick Pfleger and alumnus Jeff McMahon ‘80 as Vice Chair of the committee since its inception in 2012. This committee has been actively engaged during Strategic Growth Planning and during the first year of the plan’s implementation.
Scecina Memorial High School welcomes David Dellacca to our school community!
Posted on Tue, July 15, 2014
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