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Robert Parmele

Robert Parmele

IT Director

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B.A. Psychology, California State University of Northridge
A.A. Psychology, Pasadena City College

Mr. Parmele attended Providence High School and is an alumnus from the class of 2002 along with his current colleagues Mrs. Allison Castro, Mr. Greg Castro, and Mr. James Jimenez. His work at Providence High School began a few short weeks after graduation after running into his former PHS computer teacher Mr. John Koehler, who also served as the I.T. Director. He started as a contractor for a few years and was promoted to permanent part time as an I.T. Specialist. In 2006, the position was changed to fulltime and promoted to the Assistant Director of I.T. In 2009, Mr. Parmele was promoted to the I.T. Director position and was transitioned into employment by Providence Health and Services Information Systems.

Mr. Parmele serves in many leadership roles at Providence High School, he is a member of the Leadership Team, and is currently involved with the Strategic Planning Committee. In 2015, he served as a member for the Core Leadership Group and Administration for CAIS/WASC/WCEA accreditation process. In 2009, he served as Focus Group Leader for Resource Management and Development during the WASC/WCEA accreditation process. He has worked on major projects and campus enhancement plans throughout Providence High School and his latest favorite projects were the renovations of the Technology Focus Program and Cinema Arts Focus Program.

During his early years, he spent much of his time playing video games starting with the Atari 2600 and baseball at Sunrise Little League in Woodland Hills. He has had a strong tendency to tinker, engineer, reverse engineer, build, troubleshoot, and take apart toys, systems, and vehicles. This later led to a strong knack for computers and technology that has developed since late childhood.

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