A Grace College graduate is among those assuming new roles in the school system in Warsaw, Ind. Kyle Carter is a 2001 Grace College graduate who was named chief technology and analytics officer. A story posted yesterday at the online site for the Warsaw, Ind., Times-Union, shares the details. A portion of it is posted below. Click here to read the complete article.
New Eisenhower, Lakeview Principals & WCS CTAO Recognized
Three people were recognized during the Warsaw School Board meeting Tuesday as the Board approved one new hire and two changes to school administration.
Todd Braddock, Kyle Carter and Jenna Moree were introduced to the Board in their new capacities. Moree was approved as the principal at Eisenhower Elementary School. … Carter was approved to take over the chief technology and analytics officer role.
Carter is a Warsaw Community High School and a 2001 Grace College graduate. Carter was hired as a teacher at Jefferson Elementary School, then became an instructional coach. Carter has been principal at Jefferson Elementary for the past seven years.
Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert said Carter has always had a skillset in the technology field. Chief of Technology Brad Hagg’s and Chief Analytics Officer Shelly Wilfong’s separations were approved during May’s Board meeting. Hagg has taken a position at the Indiana Department of Education and Wilfong has taken a position at Wawasee Schools. Warsaw Schools was looking to bring someone to fulfill a joint position from Hagg’s and Wilfong’s positions as chief technology officer and chief analytics officer, respectively.
“We’re very excited to have Kyle join us,” Hoffert said.
Carter said he’s glad to put his focus into the technology and analytics aspects.