Director of Educational Technology
- Oversees the operation of the IT Department.
- Works with administrators, supervisors, teachers, the Board,
and others to develop the district's technology program and achieve
- Develops the sections of the budget related to educational technology.
Project and Service Manager
- Plans and monitors status of IT-related projects to ensure they are completed.
- Responsible for the IT (Information Technology) department’s response to district-wide requests for assistance.
for tracking and coordinating the status and priority of outstanding
work obligations of IT Technicians and Support Assistants.
- Responsible for the reliable, secure, and cost effective operation of the district-wide computer network environment.
for the reliable, secure, and cost effective operation of the
district-wide server-based software systems and services.
- Ensures that the district application systems work as efficiently, accurately, and securely as possible for all users.
- Submit data to the federal and NJ state reporting systems to ensure MTPS’s compliance with their requirements
Associate Applications Administrator
- Assists the Applications Administrator in ensuring that the
district application systems work as efficiently, accurately, and
securely as possible for all users.
- Maintains the district web site and supports other staff members in maintaining their content on the website.
- Responsible for supporting all end-user equipment and software.
- Assist users in utilizing the functionality of the technology available to them.
IT Support Assistants Vernon Howery
- Responds to workorders.
- Configures, installs, and removes equipment and software as directed.
IT department provides technical resources to support the Academic and
Administrative uses of computers and data. The IT department also
maintains the district telephone system.
The department does this by:
and maintaining the behind-the-scenes infrastructure. This includes the
wired and wireless computer network within and between buildings, the
servers that house computer programs and data, the district Internet
connection, and the district telephone systems.
installing and maintaining the end user infrastructure. This includes
desktop and laptop computers, printers, projectors, and telephone sets.
- Purchasing, installing and maintaining software systems and programs used for academic and administrative purposes.
specialized database skills as needed to set up new software systems,
move data between systems, and to support data based decision making.
members communicate with the IT department using a web-based work order
system. The IT department can also be reached by telephone
at 856-778-6600 ext 18250.