About our department

Technology is led by Director Timothy Ampy.  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 enhance teaching and learning through the appropriate use of technology.

Professional Development
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.

Educational Applications
To enhance 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


Staff member Position
Timothy Ampy Director of Technology
Gerald Williams Coordinator of Technology
Patrick Judy Network Support Specialist
Derese Wynn Network Support Specialist
Shawanna Hill Technology Support Specialist – Mobile
Daniqua Wyche Technology Support Specialist
William Caperton Technology Support Specialist

Our department works closely with our team of Innovation Specialist which consists of Amanda Booe, Christine (Pam) Ferrell, Jarrett Munford, Latia Pollard, and Caitlyn Raikes.

For more information on the Technology goals for Dinwiddie County Public School, view our DCPS 2023-2028 Technology Plan.

Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium

SVRTC 2023 Division Leadership Award

The Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium (SVRTC) held their first in-person awards banquet since the pandemic on March 22, 2023, at Longwood University. There were 105 people in attendance from 20 participating school divisions. In addition to many 2023 awardees, Dinwiddie County Public Schools was awarded one of the most competitive awards, The Division Leadership award, to recognize advances in technology in the educational setting for the 2022-2023 school year under the direction of Director Timothy Ampy.

Technology Leadership Award plaque

Dinwiddie County Public Schools has previously won this competitive award at 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.


Primary Contacts

Timothy Ampy headshot
Timothy Ampy
Director of Technology Pphone (804) 469-4190
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Hannah Burnette
Executive Secretary Pphone (804) 469-4190