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Instructional Technology Staff

 

 
Christine Archer-DavidsonChristine Archer-Davidson
Instructional Technology Coordinator

720-886-1945
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Christine Archer-Davison has spent a her entire career in Cherry Creek School and considers herself lucky to have been on the cadre that opened Cherokee Trail High School. She has a B.A. in Social Sciences from the University of Northern Colorado and an M.A. in Information and Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado at Denver. Christine is actively in engaged in the district serving on numerous committees.  She is a Microsoft Innovative teacher, a Google certified teacher and trainer and resides on the Colorado leadership counsel for Discovery Education.  She has a passion for staff development and believes that the integration of technology in the classroom is an important part of a CTHS student's experience. Christine spends her spare time with her husband, two beautiful daughters and four lovable dogs.  She enjoys traveling, reading, the theatre and going to the movies. 
Jeannie FountainJeannie Fountain
Support Technician

720-886-2087
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Ms. Fountain comes to Cherokee Trail after living and laboring in several different states.  These adventures equipped her with valuable skills necessary for work with computers, teachers, staff and students in a high school setting. It all began with her college degree in Mathematics which perfected her aptitude for counting computers in labs. She spent almost a decade in Missouri plugging away as a computer analyst, learning to program computers in languages no one uses anymore and priming her for feeling totally inadequate in the face of what kids know about technology today.  Then she moved to Minnesota where she shopped at The Mall of America, becoming versed in how to dress cool. After a short return to Missouri, it was on to Kansas where she punched the clock at an insurance company, mastering office programs and training herself not to panic when the computer crashes causing the loss of the day’s work. When her husband was promoted she took a long jump from Kansas to Utah, where she earned her living teaching technology in an elementary school. The students there very patiently taught her how to play computer games and improve her mind at the same time. Finally, she came to Colorado, quickly picking up on how to breathe at a higher altitude. Through all this she raised two daughters, becoming highly proficient at being wrong all the time. Now she feels like she fits right in to the high school tech support scene.
Louise Cortez
Support Technician

720-886-2017
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