Greenville Public Schools' Technology Department
The Greenville Technology Department services and maintains over 2,600 devices district wide. We are multi-platform, using Macintosh, Windows and Chromebooks.
Greenville's Technology Vision
Greenville Public School's students and staff will demonstrate competence and adaptability to ever-changing technologies.Greenville Public Schools’ students and staff will demonstrate competence through ISTE Standards.
ISTE Standards for Students
- Creativity and innovation
- Communication and collaboration
- Research and information fluency
- Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making
- Digital citizenship Technology operations and concepts
ISTE Standards for Teachers
- Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity
- Design and develop digital age learning experiences and assessments
- Model digital age work and learning
- Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility
- Engage in professional growth and leadership
Meet our Technology Staff
Director of Technology:Laura Pleune
Technician: Nina Ohman
Technician: Tino Ramos
Application Support: Karlie Welsch
District Technology Team
Director of Technology: Laura Pleune
Chief Academic Officer: Michelle Blaszczynski
High School Principal: Michael Leiter
Elementary Principals: Mike Walsh
Tech Leads: Matt Hoenshell, Connie Masters, Scott Lindquist, Katherine Hsieh, Stacy DeWeerd, Amy Gunderson, Erin DeWind, Kristin Ritter, and Amanda Platte
Application Support: Karlie Welsch
The District Technology Team is currently update and revise the District Technology Plan. Feel free to download a copy below!
Acceptable Use Policy
The Acceptable Use and Safety Policy was updated and approved by the Board of Education on May 14, 2012. Please see links below to read the Acceptable Use Policy and access the required signature page.
Is your child using the Internet? Are you worried about keeping him safe? The resources on this page will explain ways to talk with your child about making smart decisions online. You’ll learn about:
- Establishing rules for Internet use at home.
- Teaching your child to never reveal identifying information.
- What to do if your child views disturbing content.
You’ll also be able to view information about social networking sites, virtual worlds, instant messaging, and online gaming. You'll see tips on what to watch out for, including online predators, cyberbullying, and inappropriate content.
The Internet is a valuable resource and a permanent presence in our lives. So it’s vital to prepare yourself and your child for the day he goes online without your supervision. Join us (date) to start the process.
Use the valuable information in the files, they include a detailed PowerPoint presentation that includes expert advice for parents, frequently asked questions about internet safety, valuable internet safety resources, an internet safety contract, and a cyberbullying question/answer guide.
PowerPoint Presentation on Internet Safety- The presentation includes expert advice for parents about internet safety.
Internet Safety Frequently Asked Questions - This handout includes answers to some of the most common questions about Internet safety.
Internet Safety Resources- This take-home list of Internet safety resources for parents is a more extensive version of the list on the last slide of the presentation.
Internet Safety Contract - This is to be signed by parent and child. It spells out the child’s obligations and limits in using the Internet and can be an effective tool to promote Internet safety.
Cyberbullying Questions and Answers - Important information about how to prevent online bullying and what to do when it happens to your child.
VIDEO: Rules of the Road for Parents in a Digital Age
VIDEO: Rules of the Road for Parents in a Digital Age mac
Internet Safety Downloadable Tools