Sudbury Catholic District School Board

SCDSB Highlights IT Staff As Part of Computer Science Education Week at Sudbury Catholic Schools

In honour of Computer Science Education Week (Dec 6-12), each day, we will put a special spotlight on 1 amazing staff member whose expertise within the fascinating world of IT and computer science deserve to be celebrated!

Learn more about Computer Science Education Week by checking out the #csedweek website.


Everyone meet David Hempel!

He is one of the wonderful Computer Infrastructure Technicians we have here at SCDSB and believes that “IT can take you anywhere!”

Thanks David for all that you do and more!


On Tuesday we’d like to introduce you to Samual Smith and his inspiring quote. Sam is IMS Technician who believes “technology is everywhere. you can revolutionize the world if you know how to use it.”

Thank you Sam, we appreciate and thank you for all your hard work at SCDSB!


Introducing our staff highlight for Wednesday, Pat Hauser!

Pat is an extraordinary Computer Technician and believes that “with technology, the world is literally at your fingertips.”

Thank you Pat for all your hard work and dedication that you do everyday!


Continuing our streak on computer science education week, we’re highlighting Ron LeClair this Thursday!

Ron is one stupendous Computer Management Technician that we have here at Sudbury Catholic Schools.

Thank you, Ron, for all you do and more!


Thank you to everyone who participated in Computer Science Education Week at Sudbury Catholic Schools!

CSEdWeek was founded as a call to action to raise awareness about the need to elevate computer science education at all levels and to underscore the critical role of computing in all careers.

The theme this year highlighted the impact that computer science is making everywhere and the relationship that computer science has to different subjects, industries, career paths, and in our everyday lives.

To close off the week, we’re treated with a quote from our Superintendent of School Effectiveness, Peter Prochilo who reminds us that “technology is an effective tool that educators can leverage to support equity of access to curriculum and learning.”

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