Andrew DelRosario, an assistant principal at Mepham High School, was recently recognized by Nassau BOCES and the Nassau Association of School Technologists as “a pioneering educator who has contributed significantly to the advancement of technology in education.”
DelRosario is a founding member of the CHSD’s Technology Integration Mentor program, which was instrumental in transitioning the district to multiple online platforms and workspaces, as well as enhancing cybersecurity and ensuring with compliance educational law regulations.
Each recipient is selected by their district based on various criteria. He was among 27 Nassau County educators acknowledged for their achievements in a ceremony conducted by Nassau BOCES NASTECH and Data Privacy and Security Service Supervisor Laura Pollak and Program Specialist Barbara Deal.
Joe Innaco, the Central High School District’s director of administration and instructional technology, was on hand to present DelRosario the award.