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The D64 Technology Department is committed to developing and supporting an educational technology ecosystem that maximizes teaching and learning.

In this modern age, technology tools are used in every facet of the learning journey and ignites the learning process. Students become not just knowledgeable but knowledge-ABLE, as described by Dr. Michael Wesch at Kansas State University. Being knowledge-ABLE is exercising the skills of media and information literacy which is essential for this new generation to succeed in this modern global age.

All students in District 64 participate in the 1:1 Digital Learning Program with iPads for kindergarten and first grade and Chromebooks for grades 2-8. Teachers and students are able to choose the right technology in our D64 Technology Ecosystem to support learning for all of our 21st century learners.

Technology Department Organization Chart

Building Technology Team Chart

Department Staff

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Matthew Tombs

Director of Innovation and Technology

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Daniel Medina

District Network Manager

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Janice Santos

District Data Manager

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Kevin Glover

District Device Manager

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Dan Pacurar

District Device and Network Assistant Manager

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Tom Compton

Systems Integration Technologist

"We need to move our students from being kowledgeable – that is knowing a bunch of stuff, to knowledge-ABLE – able to find, sort, analyze, criticize, and even create new knowledge."

(Wesch, YouTube)

Together We Discover, Learn, Grow & Care

At D64, our mission is to foster opportunities for discovery, engagement, and growth for all students. We accomplish this by nurturing interdependence, appreciation of differences, and care for self and others.

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