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GCS IT Team Wins TETA IT Team of the Year Award

Greeneville, TN (November 13, 2015) – Greeneville City Schools received notification this week that the GCS IT Team has been named the Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA) IT Team of the Year for 2015! According to the TETA website, www.teta.org, the award is available from TETA in its capacity as a CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) Affiliate. Eligible entities considered for the award include Tennessee school districts, consortium of school districts and education agencies, or state education organizations who have facilitated technologies used in transforming teaching and learning.  The winning team will receive a district membership to CoSN that will benefit the entire school district.

The GCS IT Team, led by Mrs. Beverly Miller, Assistant Director of Schools for Administration and Chief Technology Officer, will now compete for a national CoSN Team Award. The CoSN Team Award honors a district leadership team for its transformative impact on educational technology and its work to improve student learning. Other team members include Mr. Larry Jones (Network Administrator), Mr. Chuck Broyles (IT Operations Administrator), Mr. John Wright (System Technician), Mr. Paul Loewenkamp (System Technician), and Ms. Julie Fannon (IT Systems Analyst).

Dr. Jeff Moorhouse, Director of Schools, stated, “I am so proud of our technology team and am excited that they are being recognized for their outstanding work. TETA is just finding out what GCS has known for a long time, that we have a technology team second to none and they are a key part of what makes GCS "world class". 


About Greeneville City Schools:

The Greeneville City School System has a vision "to provide a world-class education for all students."  The system is committed to educating all students to be successful in a global society by providing excellence in educators, programs, and environment. The Greeneville City School System consists of four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school serving 2,873 students.  The system also serves as the fiscal agent for the Greeneville/Greene County Center for Technology, which provides technology education classes for students in all county high schools as well as Greeneville High School.


For more information contact

Beverly Miller



Twitter: @millerbev


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