On May 1, Noblesville High School Main Campus Assistant Principal Andrew Swickheimer will begin his new job as director of technology for Noblesville Schools. He previously was dean of students at the NHS Freshman Campus.
“We are very excited. We had a lot of interest in this position,” said Supt. Libbie Connor, who added more than 40 people applied for the job. “Andy just rose above them all.”
Swickheimer’s appointment was approved March 20 by the Noblesville Board of School Trustees. He will be involved in curriculum, instruction, the effective integration of technology in the classroom, teacher professional development regarding the effective use of technology and planning for and managing 21st-century technology tools.
“I am both excited and grateful for the opportunity to work as director of technology in Noblesville Schools,” he said. “This position will allow me to expand the work I am passionate about, finding ways to use technology to improve teaching and learning.”
Swickheimer has a bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a minor in computers from Butler University, and a master’s degree with a focus on instructional systems technology from Indiana University. He also has earned state certification in school administration. Swickheimer came to Noblesville Schools as a social studies teacher in 1999. He previously taught computer science at Bishop Chatard High School in Indianapolis.