The 1:1 program at NUSD is managed by our Educational Services Department. While I.T. provides tech support behind the scenes, the hard-working team in Educational Services is in charge of goal setting, classroom implementation, 21st-century curriculum alignment, student support, and family support. If you have more questions about our 1: World program, you can visit the page below for more information.
Each year, Students are required to sign and return a copy of the Acceptable Use Policy for District Technology Services. This AUP outlines what behavior on the network warrants civil, criminal, or disciplinary follow up, and the student’s agreement not to participate in those activities.
Tim has had over twenty years of professional experience helping people work with technology. He has provided technical support to organizations large and small in both the public and private sectors. Tim has applied these skills in the service of public education since 2008. He believes that technologists are among the original 21st-century learners and that school district IT personnel can have a meaningful impact on student outcomes in their communities. In a rapidly changing world, he advocates for student-centered, interest-based, sticky learning.
Ryan has been working in technology for K-12 school districts since 2001. He graduated from CSU Chico with a degree in Information and Communication Systems. He joined NUSD in November of 2014 as the I.T. Supervisor.
Alex has worked in IT for 11 years, specializing in Server and Data Systems. He currently serves as the Data Systems Supervisor. Studying at CSU Stanislaus and I.T.T Tech, he majored in computer sciences. Before bringing his talents to NUSD, he previously worked at San Rafael City Schools.
The Technology Advisory Committee for the District meets once a month to advise the IT Department in its development of strategic plans for the direction of technology for the district. Working to serve the needs of our students and schools, we are assembling this important document and hope to have it available soon for any interested parties.
Parent and Student Technology Information
Comcast Internet Essentials
Comcast offers low cost internet access to qualifying families though their Internet Essentials program.
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We need to prepare students for their future, not our past. –Ian Jukes
Staff Technology Information
Are you aware of the District Technology Policies, or have a question about Technology? Try downloading your own copy of our policy handbook!
If you do not already have a copy of the Microsoft Office Suite installed on your home computer, Microsoft provides a full copy of the office suite to educators for only $10, just click below to sign up!