The beginning of the SUPERNet Consortium converged with major events in public education during 1994. This was a time when schools began to dream about accessing educational resources via the Internet, high stakes testing became the norm, a proliferation of computers emerged in schools, the Texas Legislature published its Long-Range Plan for Technology (1998), and the US Department of Education issued Title II Part D mandating a new level of technology integration in public education.
SUPERNet formed to meet the demands for that time period and continues to thrive many years later to exceed expectations with technology in education by supporting member districts with one of the finest infrastructures in Texas
SUPERNet continues to dedicate itself to growing a well-connected professional learning community among member districts, teachers, administrators, technology directors, partners; higher education, state and community members.
For additional information, please see the SUPERNet Website.
Arp ISD – Joy Rousseau
Big Sandy ISD – Moriah Phillips
Carlisle ISD – Cherie Weaver
Chapel Hill ISD – Chuck Munoz
Hallsville ISD – Brian Morris
Hawkins ISD – Mke Henderson
Henderson ISD - Kevin Bryan
Jacksonville ISD – Hedda Alexander
Lindale ISD – Lesley Garakoni
New Summerfield ISD – Troy Jenkins
Tatum ISD – Wes Boyd
Tyler ISD – John Orbaugh
SUPERNet Virtual High School Administrator
SUPERNet Virtual High School Technical Support
SUPERNet Advisory Board President