About our department
Technology is led by Director Timothy Ampy and Assistant Director of Technology Toni Wynn. Technology Department provides technological training, guidance, service and information to school personnel and school administrators. This enables Dinwiddie County Public Schools to function more efficiently and assists individual schools as they use technology to improve the teaching and learning process for their students.
To improve teaching and learning through the appropriate use of technology.
To deliver effective technology training to assist educators as they help students achieve high academic standards.
To ensure that all Dinwiddie schools have access to integrated instructional and administrative services across interoperable high-speed networks.
To improve teaching and learning through the appropriate use of network-accessible educational applications.
To provide appropriate decision support capabilities for all stakeholders.
Information Technology Department Organization
|Timothy Ampy||Director of Technology|
|Toni Wynn||Assistant Director of Technology|
|Gerald Williams||Coordinator of Technology|
|Patrick Judy||Network Support Specialist|
|Ken Trostad||Network Support Specialist|
|Patty Massengill||Software Support Specialist / Division Webmaster Administrator|
|Shawanna Hill||Technology Support Specialist – Mobile|
|Kourtney Hendricks||Desktop Support Specialist|
|Derese Wynn||Desktop Support Specialist|
Our department works closely with our team of Innovation Specialist which consists of Christine Bastaich, Christine (Pam) Ferrell, Jarrett Munford, Latia Pollard, Betty Spiers, and Robert (Bob) Weaver.
For more information on the Technology goals for Dinwiddie County Public School, view our 2016 – 2018 Educational Technology Plan Addendum.
Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium
The Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium (SVRTC) celebrated the 10th annual SVRTC Technology awards banquet on Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at Longwood University. Over 140 SVRTC members from twenty-two school divisions were in attendance. Of the fifty-five awards presented to SVRTC members who have promoted technology in their divisions, the two most competitive awards were the Division Leadership awards.
The SVRTC Division Leadership award was presented to Dinwiddie County Public Schools to recognize advances in technology in the educational setting.