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Technology

​Mission Statement

Instructional Technology - to prepare instructional staff to integrate technology into the curriculum and promote a student-learning environment that assists and encourages technological skills.

Technology Help Request

Technology FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Technology Acquisition

  • Recommend Technology purchases district wide
  • Approve new software and be a central point for technology acquisitions

Training

  • Provide consistent training for all staff members to assist them to integrate technology into all areas of work and education.

Technical Service / Support

  • Install new systems district wide support and maintain administration,

    student and teacher use computers, printers, and software.

Network Management

  • Design, implement, and manage, District networks.

Telecommunications

  • Manage, support, and maintain District telephone systems and services.

District Web Communication

  • Develop, support, and maintain District web site.
  • Train campus and departmental web masters to maintain subordinate web sites.

Curriculum

  • Assist teachers and Curriculum Dept. in integrating technology.

Computer Access

  • Maintain and oversee the usage of campus computer labs.
  • Along with the Teachers, insure that students are following District Computer Policies.
Ore City High School
100 Rebel Rd.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 1221
Fax: +19037086495
Ore City Middle School
100 Rebel Rd.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 2252
Fax: +19037086486
Ore City Elementary School
1000 US Hwy 259 S.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 1237
Fax: +19037086201
Ore City Special Education Department
100 Rebel Rd.
Ore City, TX 75683
Phone: 903-968-3300 ext. 1207
Fax: +19037086499

PIA Requests from this governmental body can be made by:

mail: Ore City ISD, Attn: Lynn Heflin, 100 Rebel Rd., Ore City, TX 75683
email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
efax: +19037086485


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