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My name is Jason Stamper and I greet you as the new Interim Principal of Carver School of Technology. I am truly excited about the opportunity to lead this prestigious institution while having a direct impact on this great community! I am a native of Baltimore, Maryland and a product of the Baltimore City and Baltimore County School System. I received a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Morgan State University, a master’s degree in Business Education from the University of West Georgia and I am presently in the dissertation phase of my doctoral program in School Improvement at the University of West Georgia. 

I have been fortunate to have had the experience of working in various capacities throughout my 16 years in education. Most recently I was the Academy Leader for the Center for Engineering and Applied Technology at Frederick Douglass High School during the 2012-2013 school year. Prior to this role, I served as the Curriculum Assistant Principal and Student Information Coordinator at Tri-Cities High School in the Fulton County School System.  Before serving as the Curriculum Assistant Principal at Tri-Cities High School, I served as the Career Technology Department Chairperson, DECA Advisorand Coordinator for the Smaller Learning Communities, at the same school.

Most importantly, I am extremely serious about and dedicated to quality student instruction and achievement. Additionally, I and the staff at Carver School of Technology are dedicated to your family and fully vested in your child’s education, thus I am confident we will take Carver School of Technology to new heights this year. It is our goal to create an enriched learning environment and school climate that engages and fosters a boundless relationship with each student and family. Our ongoing theme simply states, We Are Professional Educators – Every Day We Touch the Future.” Your child is the future and we are grateful for the opportunity to impact their lives on a daily basis. I hope you share in our excitement about the hard work, yet great opportunities that lie ahead because you make a difference in our ability to succeed at Carver School of Technology.  We encourage and welcome you to visit, volunteer and become a part of what we do.

Principal Jason Stamper