Greg Lawrence, Director of Technology for the Wentzville School District, has received the 2020 Vocational Excellence Award from Missouri Baptist University. The award recognizes an alum who is showing excellence and achievement in their field and who demonstrates promise of further distinction.
Lawrence graduated from MBU in 2003 with a degree in music education and also holds a Masters in Informational Technology in Education. He has worked for the WSD since 2003, first as a computer and music teacher, then as a district technology coach, and since 2016, he has served as the district’s Director of Technology. Lawrence is a Google Cloud Certified Administrator, Google for Education Certified Innovator, and a co-leader for the Google Educator Group of Eastern Missouri.
“Greg Lawrence exudes excellence in all that he does,” shared WSD Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Dr. Megan Stryjewski. “He is not only the consummate professional but he is also a visionary leader. Greg is always looking towards the future and considering new and innovative ways to educate children and support teachers. We are so lucky to have Greg as a leader in the WSD. He makes us all better.” Lawrence was recognized at MBU’s annual Alumni Awards Ceremony on November 10.
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