For Repairs on Damaged/ Not working Devices

    If you are experiencing problems with your teacher device or your students' devices, please file a work order by following the link on the left-hand side of the page. Work orders allow the issues to be resolved in a timely manner and allow an organized way of tracking each specific problem so that we can address them in the order they are received. Repairs are made by the on-site IT Specialist

    Your on-site Technology Support Person:

    Aaron Scott- IT Specialist

    For Guidance on using New and Familiar EdTech in the Classroom

    Our county has been granted the unique opportunity to enable each and every one of our students with a 1-to-1 device. While this is an amazing opportunity for our county to leap into the digital age of education, it can be daunting to take on the vast range of tools we now have at our disposal. Remember: just like when learning and trying new best practices in the classroom, you are not alone! The ACCESS grant also provides teachers with resources to help assist with our transition. Each school has been assigned a Digital Learning Coach to help teachers combine best teaching practices with new strategies in Educational Technologies. Your DLC will provide you will personal feedback and co-teaching tech-featured lessons. If you have or need ideas for utilizing our technology grant to the fullest please contact:

    Rebecca Shepherd
    Click this link to email Mrs. Read