Mr. Knoblock has been managing technology for Saint Joseph Catholic School since 2006. During that time, he guided transitions to centralized servers and printing, interactive classroom digital projection, in-classroom Chromebook sets for our students, and Google-cloud-based computing – allowing students and staff members to work at home as well as at school.
Mr. Knoblock started out as a systems programmer at the University of Michigan in 1968, where he also taught one of its computer programming courses. In 1972, he began his 30 year career at Hewlett Packard, moving from computer engineering to engineering management. When he retired from HP, he went back to school to obtain a Colorado teaching certificate and began teaching middle school math at Saint Joseph in 2004. His technology career caught up with him, however, and he began assisting with technology management at Saint Joseph. This became his primary job when he retired from teaching in 2017.