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District Leadership

 

Leading with Integrity & Commitment to Tomorrow's Students

 

The Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation (MVCSC) Administration is housed on the Fortville school campus at 1806 W. State Road 234, Fortville, IN 46040.  
Phone Number: (317) 485-3100
Fax Number: (317) 485-3113

 

Dr. Shane RobbinsDr. Shane Robbins ~ Superintendent
Dr. Robbins is the visionary leader of MVCSC and is committed to ensuring all students receive a quality education.  His approach is one that values a comprehensive blended learning environment embracing the variety of learning styles possessed by students at Mt. Vernon.  He oversees all district operations and staff.

Academic Preparation:
EdD, Educational Leadership, Ball State University
EdS, School Superintendent, Ball State University
MAE, K-12 School Administration, Ball State University
MEd, Secondary Education, Ball State University
BA, Allied Health & Athletic Training, Franklin College

 

 

Dr. Tim Long ~ Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Long directs the operational aspects of MVCSC including transportation, buildings and grounds, and helps with administrative functions, including the new International Outreach.  Long has spent 34 years in public education, most recently as a school superintendent for 24 years

Academic Preparation:
BS, MAE, EdD, Ball State University


 

 

Mr. Scott ShipleyMr. Scott Shipley ~ Director of Secondary Education
 

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Mrs. Heather NoesgesMrs. Heather Noesges ~ Director of Elementary Education
 

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Mr. Brian Tomamichel ~ Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Tomamichel manages the MVCSC budget and oversees all business functions of the district including all accounting and payroll functions.

Academic Preparation: 
Tomamichel received his bachelor of science from Indiana University in the Kelley School of Business with a double major in accounting and finance, as well as a minor in economics.  He is currently participating in a two year Saturday MBA cohort program at the University of Indianapolis and is expected to finish the program in December 2017.

 


Mr. Greg Rollo ~ Director of Technology
Mr. Rollo is responsible for the district’s technology initiatives. He oversees the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions at MVCSC.  His responsibilities include: directing all building level IT operations, support and maintenance of existing applications, and development of new technical solutions.

Academic Preparation:
BS, Elementary Education with a Computer Endorsement, Ball State University
MS, Educational Computing and Industrial Design, Purdue University
A+ Certification
Google for Education Certification (currently enrolled)

 

Ms. Laura Durig ~ Director of Special Education
Ms. Durig is responsible for ensuring that our students who have disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education.  Ms. Durig works closely with teachers and related service personnel supporting their capacity to meet the individualized educational needs of our students.   Additionally, Ms. Durig is the director for our new Early Learning Academy.  

Academic Preparation:
Director of Exceptional Learners License, Ball State University (currently enrolled)
Special Education License, Indiana Wesleyan University
MS, Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis
BS, Physical Therapy, Marquette University

 

Mrs. Maria BondMrs. Maria Bond ~ Director of Community Relations
Mrs. Bond manages the internal and external marketing/communications initiatives throughout the community, with the goal to maintain a positive perception of MVCSC’s district. Media relations, collateral materials, website, communications and marketing initiatives engage the community, staff and parents with MVCSC’s mission as the overarching directive.

Academic Preparation: 
Bond received her bachelor of science at Ball State University in Journalism with Advertising and Public Relations Options, as well as a Marketing minor.  She has also received training in fundraising and grant writing through the IUPUI Fundraising School during her time as the inaugural Executive Director of the Mt. Vernon Education Foundation.