Student and Teacher Biographies

Colin McCormick,  a Junior, is  currently the longest raining helpdesk member, (not saying seniority matters). Gavin Fair and Colin have started a robotics initiative and are dedicated to establishing an interest in STEM in students. He is skilled in mechanical engineering, circuitry, and coding.  He hopes to study mechanical engineering and biomechatronics in college.  He is also part of tech support so feel free to email him if you broke something!

Gavin Fair, Junior, is taking part in a robotics and circuitry club and  is planning to include robotics and circuitry in makerspace with my friend Colin McCormick. I also have a background in computer repairs, circuitry, 3d modeling, and animation. My goal in life is to become a hardware engineer and get a doctoral degree in computer engineering.

Ryan Michalski,  a sophomore, is new to helpdesk this year. He has a wide range of knowledge when it comes to anything IT related. In his free time, Ryan likes to work on personal projects such as coding, software development, repairing devices and more. He hopes to get a job in the field of computers and networking.

Walter Radulski is a freshman  at LHS.  This is the first year participating in the student help desk.  He is  looking  forward to learning more about the school and how to navigate it, as well as learning more about the teachers. He enjoys playing football and baseball outside of school and one day hope to go to Penn state to study business and finance.

Kathleen Dario works in the IT department and is the Lynnfield Public Schools technology coordinator. She’s been doing this for many years and enjoys working with students and staff. She is a graduate of both Northeastern University and Lesley College, earning several business degrees.  She immediately gravitated to computers and has followed the evolution of technology throughout her career in the telecommunications industry. She began working in Lynnfield before the schools even had computers and has been involved throughout the transition to the many types of technology we use today.  She loves anything that makes work easier and more efficient. She enjoys working with new and different technologies. She is an avid reader and now reads all of her books on her Kindle app on her iPad.  Her three sons graduated from the Lynnfield Public Schools and are currently working full time.
Ms. Dario finds it interesting to see how her sons utilize technology and how important it is in their everyday life.  She also enjoys traveling and being together as a family while using technology to communicate on a daily basis.