Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

ADRIAN — Two new hires, including the new technology director for Adrian Public Schools, were recently approved by the Adrian Board of Education.

Ryan Skeels, a veteran school technology specialist at the Adrian schools, was approved as the district’s next technology director. An interview selection committee first recommended Skeels’ appointment to the position, and the board followed through with the approval.

Ryan Skeels, a veteran school technology specialist at Adrian Public Schools since 2017, was approved at the Adrian Board of Education's April 25 meeting to be the district’s next technology director. Skeels succeeds Kyle Modzel, who resigned from the district Friday.

The other hire approved at the board’s April 25 meeting was teacher Devin Dusseau-Bates, who will become a part of the Michener Elementary School fifth grade team for the 2022-23 school year. Both Skeels and Dusseasu-Bates were present at the meeting.

Skeels succeeds Kyle Modzel, who resigned from the district Friday. Prior to the promotion, Skeels served as Adrian’s technology specialist since 2017. In this role, a news release from Adrian Public Schools said, he was instrumental in the implementation of the district’s 1-to-1 device initiative and also provided technical support to teachers and staff.



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