K-12 Education in a Covid-19 Environment: Challenges, Opportunities and Lessons Learned
Schools have had to adapt and change to accommodate teaching in a Covid-19 environment. Hear from Robert Pletka, Ed.D., Superintendent at Fullerton School District and Scott Scambray, Ed.D, Superintendent at Fullerton Joint Union High School District on how they have maintained quality education for students while adapting to new regulations required by local, state and federal restrictions.
Dr. Robert “Bob” Pletka, Superintendent at Fullerton School District
Dr. Robert Pletka has been in education for 30 years and has served as Superintendent of the Fullerton School District since 2012. He came to the District after serving as the Superintendent of El Centro Elementary School District.
He has authored two books, Educating the Net Generation: How to Engage Students in the 21st Century and My So-Called Digital Life
Pletka holds a Doctorate in Education degree in the joint program at the University of California, Irvine and California Polytechnic University; a Master's degree in Educational Technology was earned at National University and a Bachelor's degree in Communication from California State University, San Bernardino
Dr. Scott Scambray, Superintendent at Fullerton Joint Union High School District