Meet the Academics, Technology and Innovation Staff

Meet the Academics, Technology and Innovation Staff

Mr. Kaple

Mr. Dominick Kaple serves the South Euclid Lyndhurst City Schools as Assistant Superintendent. His primary responsibilities are to provide leadership, support and resources for the development and implementation of SEL’s Academic Programs, Technology & Innovation. Additionally, he directs the various continuous improvement processes and initiatives geared toward increasing student achievement. Mr. Kaple is also responsible for oversight of teaching and learning, curriculum, instructional practice, assessment, progress monitoring, professional development, educational resources and instructional technology.

With over 13 years of experience, Mr. Kaple has an extensive background in public education.  He previously served as our Memorial JH Principal for four years, and has also practiced educational leadership in the capacity of Assistant Principal, Dean of Students, Teacher and Varsity Coach. Mr. Kaple is also a part of many professional organizations throughout the State of Ohio. Mr. Kaple enjoys his role and finds it rewarding as he makes a positive contribution to society through the lives of current and future generations.

Mr. Morton

Mr. Ryan Morton’s role centers around the effective integration of technology into teaching and learning that is embeded throughout our classrooms and schools.  His professional experience includes work as an instructional technology coach, high school English teacher, and a wrestling coach. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Cleveland State University and his Master of Education in Instructional Technology from Kent State University. Having previously worked in several other public school districts within the local First Ring Collaborative, he is now excited and proud to be an ARC!

Dr. Continenza

As deputy director of academics, Dr. Continenza works with administrators and teachers to provide an excellent and equitable education for all students who attend the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools. After graduating from Brush High School, he attended John Carroll University (BA), Cleveland State University (MEd) and the University of Akron (EdD). His work experiences include teaching English and administrative positions at the building-level and at central office. As a life-long learner, he continues to explore ways to better serve the SEL students and staff.
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