- Central Technology Administration
- Enterprise Applications
- Learning Tech
- Infrastructure / Support Services
- School Technology Support
This team coordinates, facilitates and performs all tasks and elements needed to effect comprehensive integration of appropriate technology into every facet of the operations of the ACPS school division
The Central Technology Administration team oversees all aspects of the Department of Technology. This team coordinates, facilitates and performs all tasks and elements needed to effect comprehensive integration of appropriate technology into every facet of the operations of the ACPS school division, including procurement, budget, communication, management and effective technology use.
Members: Dr. Christine Diggs, Jamie Foreman, Meade Harris, Nita Collier, Dr. Bert Jacoby, Amy Walge
The Enterprise Applications team maintains and administers many of the division’s core systems, which include such items as application administration, account provisioning and management, and security. The team also works behind the scenes to keep data organized and flowing between those systems.
Enterprise applications are the set of key programs designed to integrate with other applications used by an organization, usually deployed across a corporate network along with a mixture of application service providers, which can be available to its users as both internet and intranet facing. The Enterprise Application team combines automated processing through its interfaces along with the team’s in-depth domain knowledge of a variety of systems to service our internal and external customers. To name just a few of the applications, we can assist you with: PowerSchool/PowerTeacher, our student information system (SIS); Illuminate, our instructional management system (IMS); EdInsight, our multi-tier system of supports (MTSS/RTI) management system; Schoology, our learning management system (LMS); Blackboard Connect, our mass communication system; and website services.
Members: Mark Leach, Rachel Collier, Beth Brown, Mohammad Khalifa, Kenny Long, Dave Heeschen, Sara Dusenberry
Learning Tech fosters collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and citizenship through the use of digital tools and resources in the classroom.
The Learning Technology Team is comprised of the Learning Technology Integrators (LTIs) and the Assistant Director for Technology Integration. LTIs foster collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and citizenship through the use of digital tools and resources in the classroom. LTIs partner with instructional staff, students and administration within assigned schools through collaborative planning, modeling, reflecting and co-teaching. In addition, LTIs provide individual, job embedded, small and large group professional learning. They work collaboratively with school administrators to support school-wide goals. Additionally, LTIs promote the responsible use of technology and support digital citizenship in a school community.
Members: Gene Osborn, Adam Seipel, Alfred Toole, Dr. Willy Kjellstrom, Shelly Robinson,Eric Johnston, Brian Squires, Devon Stevens, Kley Todd, Rachael Rachau, Jessica James,Charli Nolan, John Mitchem, Lucy Spencer, Sandy Shaffer
Infrastructure and Support Services is a centralized core technology team that supports the School Division and Albemarle County’s technology needs.
Infrastructure and Support Services researches, engineers, implements, and maintains numerous systems that include but are not limited to: Cellular, LTE Broadband and Wireless mobile devices, End-User Software, Configurations and Images, Ticketing, Asset Tracking and Monitoring, VoIP Communications, LAN/WAN Infrastructure, Threat Protection, Data Center and Infrastructure Operations, Core Systems, Centralized Software, Licensing, and Service Desk Tasks. This team works together to deliver the highest quality customer support and technology infrastructure while providing a safe, secure, and reliable environment for all staff, students, and community members within Albemarle County Public Schools.
The Infrastructure and Support Services team is led by Robert Rejonis, Assistant Director of Infrastructure and Support Services.
Members: Robert Rejonis, Peter Small, Scott Layman, Nathan Carter, Cria Wood, Michael Gonyar, Ian Davidson, Matt Bayless, Tim "TJ" Weber
Technology Support Specialists are the front-line technology support for about 19,375 computers and over 531 printers and copiers. We cover 25 schools and 7 support service sites with 15 Technology Support Specialists. We are primarily responsible for hardware, software, and peripheral support for staff and students along with basic networking, user training and server support. It is our mission to provide a stable learning environment with minimal technical interruptions.
Members: Howard Hottinger,Russell Reed,Chris Kiewra, Gary Moore, Ben Anderson,Ryan Lampert, Bryan Robinson, John Burke, Scott Taylor, Kenton Showers, Garry Gibson, Brodie Jones, Kevin Clark, Christina Denyer, Ugo Ozurumba, Alan Wright.