McCullers Chosen As OCS Chief Technology Officer

Staff Report From Georgia CEO

Wednesday, July 10th, 2024

Tony McCullers, who has worked in a variety of roles for Oconee County Schools since 2005, has been chosen as the Chief Technology Officer.

He succeeds Dr. Ryan White, who was named last month as the Chief Operations Officer. 

"I am pleased to announce the appointment of Tony McCullers to Chief Technology Officer,” Superintendent Jason Branch said. “In his nearly two decades with OCS, he has demonstrated great dedication and versatility, and he has contributed significantly to the district's success. I am confident under his guidance we will continue to innovate and enhance the educational experience for all students and staff."

In 2005, after beginning his teaching career at Eastside High in Covington, McCullers joined the staff at North Oconee High, where he taught math, business, and computer science and was an assistant coach for football and baseball. In 2009, McCullers was picked as the North Oconee Teacher of the Year.

McCullers became an Instructional Technology Specialist in 2012, working closely with staff at all schools. He was named the assistant principal of Oconee County Elementary in 2015, then transitioned to principal of Colham Ferry Elementary in 2016. McCullers has been the Director of Assessment and School Improvement since 2022.

"I am honored to step into this role and look forward to continuing our efforts to enhance technology integration across the district," McCullers said. "Our goal is to support teachers, students, and staff in leveraging technology to enrich learning experiences and improve educational outcomes."