Creed Wheeler, Ph.D., has been with Lake County Schools for 3 ½ years as Executive Director of Information and Instructional Technology Services. Previously, Dr. Wheeler worked for Volusia County Schools for 26 years in various capacities – a high school computer and business education teacher, school based technology coordinator, high school administrator, and district administrator.
He was one of the first Florida Department of Education (FDOE) Technology Trainers through a partnership with FDOE, UCF and Miami Museum of Science conducting several FDOE technology trainings for the model technology schools program. He has also coordinated and conducted technology training for Volusia County Schools throughout his tenure with them. He was instrumental in establishing the technology foundation for Volusia County Schools overseeing numerous large technology projects.
While with Lake County Schools he led the district technology through the implementation of large numerous technology projects to include network upgrade, VoIP, Office 365, Safari Montage, True North Logic, DecisionEd, and Skyward to name a few. Lake County Schools is fortunate to have an exemplary technology staff with 21st century skills as Lake County Schools leads the way through ever changing educational environment.
Dr. Wheeler has taught both under graduate and graduate level courses in a traditional and nontraditional online fashion for several universities. He currently holds an AA degree from Daytona Beach Community College, a BBA degree from Stetson University, a Master of Science in Educational Leadership, an Educational Specialist in Educational Technology and a PhD in Computer and Informational Science from Nova Southeastern University.