Technology Office

  • Ronald LaVere, District Coordinator of Technology
    Michelle Palmer, Secretary
    716-686-3678

    Cheektowaga Central School District is committed to the infusion of educational technology at all grade levels and across all subject areas throughout the district. Students and staff have equitable access to a variety of technological tools to enhance educational experiences at school.

    Mission:
    Cheektowaga Central  School District, through its commitment to excellence, prepares individuals for life in our global community. 
     
    District Technology Vision: 
    Cheektowaga Central's vision of technology is to provide vigorous opportunities to staff and students to educate them in 21st Century Skills; allow staff and students to be comfortable and accomplished in the use of technology as part of their daily lives. To achieve this, the district strives to provide continued access to up-to-date technology applications.  Ultimately, we see a school in the future where every child has immediate, personal, constant, and consistent access to 21st Century Technology and technology skills, including, information, digital, media, networking and associated technologies; where technology use is an integral part of the focus of improving individual and collaborative achievement. 

    Chromebook & Technical Issues

    For parents and students who might be having technical difficulties with their chromebooks or login information, call our Technology Department for assistance at 686-3693 or email; Tech@ccsd-k12.net.  When contacting the Techonolgy Department, leave a detailed voice or email message with your student's full name, your name, your phone number, and the reason for your call or email.  Our Tech Department will call or email you back in the order your request was received. 


    DIGITAL LEARNING GUIDE FOR FAMILIES

    US Department of Education Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide aims to help parents and guardians understand how digital tools can provide tailored learning opportunities, engage students with course materials, encourage creative expression, and enrich the educational experience. The Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide was informed by the feedback and contributions of digital learning experts representing researchers, parents, educators, and school leaders, as well as Digital Promise and Learning Heroes. This publication is the first in a series that will ultimately provide digital learning knowledge and resources to educators and school leaders in addition to parents and students.