Stacey Clark is Pinebrook Elementary's Instructional Facilitator of Technology.
Mrs. Clark is in her 20th year in Education. During her career she has had varied experiences in Harrisonburg City Schools and the last 10 Loudoun County as a Kindergarten and First grade teacher in addition to her current position which is in her 6th year now. She graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Education. Mrs. Clark has her Masters in Technology in Education. In her free time, she loves spending time with her family, watching musicals and getting outside for a walk or run when she can
Mrs. Clark believes technology can both support and enhance learning and looks forward to working directly with staff through the coaching cycle (planning, modeling, and reflecting), to effectively meet teaching and learning needs. She serves as a school facilitator who collaborate on planning and facilitates professional learning opportunities to provide deeper learning through technology enabled experiences for students.
Tyler Staples is Pinebrook's Digital Experience Specialist. Mr. Staples is new in education after recently returning from service in the Air Force. He has a great work ethic and is excited to learn everything he can about technology so he can make sure every student has their needs met when it comes to learning. He will be making sure every device in the school whether it be student laptops, Promethean boards, etc. are working properly. In his free time he likes to live a lifestyle of fitness, watch movies, play golf, spend time with family, and eat tons of breakfast food.
Below is a breakdown of the these positions. They serve as a direction of point of contact for your instructional technology integration questions or function of the technology at Pinebrook as described by LCPS.