PLATTSBURGH — Mark Brown has been appointed as principal of the Champlain Valley Instructional Providers CV-TEC Satellite Campus.
Brown, the Electronic Arts and Design instructor at CV-TEC, was appointed subsequent the CVES BOCES Board assembly on July 14.
He started his duties at CVES on July 19.
“Occupation and Specialized Education and learning has been at the main of how I’ve defined myself as an educator given that I began instructing. I’m very pleased to now have the option to guide the CV-TEC Satellite Campus and cannot hold out to get started out,” Brown claimed in a news launch.
Brown has been the Digital Artwork and Structure instructor at CV-TEC due to the fact the 2008-09 school 12 months. He graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a Grasp of Science in Instructing in Grades 7 – 12 Arithmetic in 2008 and acquired his Certificate of Advanced Examine (CAS) from SUNY Plattsburgh in May possibly 2021.
“Mark will be replacing our veteran principal Jim McCartney who has been with CVES for 20 years,” Dr. Mark Davey, CVES District Superintendent, reported.
“Mark has been an remarkable instructor at CV-TEC. He has been a leader in the scholar organization SkillsUSA where our Profession and Complex Education and learning learners contend and have been productive in winning medals at regional, point out, and nationwide competitions. He has also been a chief amongst his colleagues associated in our BOCES-broad Strategic Scheduling initiative, Shared Decision-Building Staff, and other important roles. Supporting Mark’s shift to his new role of Principal and CVES’ Chief Info Officer (CIO), is a natural progression for him.”
CVES Board President Michael St. Pierre mentioned, “We are extremely delighted that Mark is building the changeover into an administration job with CV-TEC to assist our pupils and personnel. He has extended been an lively and seen college member whose objective has always been to give our pupils with the greatest attainable preparing for a profession or higher schooling. He is an fantastic addition to our Administrative Staff.”
CV-TEC Director Michele Friedman said, “We are energized and proud to have Mr. Brown join our management workforce. His exemplary dedication and perseverance to Career & Complex Schooling will go on to be an asset to the North State.”
The CV-TEC Satellite Campus is situated at 518 Rugar St., on the previous County Airport web-site. The CV-TEC systems presently presented at the Satellite Campus include things like Welding, Large Gear/Diesel Mechanics Technological innovation, New Visions: Health-related Occupations, Grownup Education packages, on the net high faculty, and CVES’ Ed2Go application.
Brown will also have shared oversight of the New Visions: Applied Engineering Method, at this time housed at the CVES Plattsburgh Key Campus.