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The Connetquot CSD Technology Team provides the district with support and expertise in all avenues of information and instructional technology. We aim to deliver fast and efficient problem resolution of all difficulties ranging from minor printing problems, to complex network and server issues.

Besides providing quality support, another main focus is to design and integrate cutting edge technologies into the district, and adapt them for use in the classroom environment. In addition, we ensure that all current technologies are properly functioning, and are able to serve as learning tools for the students, as an instruction method for the teachers and as an efficient business tool for all other staff.

With the support from the district and community, we are creating a hi-tech learning environment for our students, and preparing them for the modern trends in our global society.


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IT Team Adds Special Touch to Chromebook Collection

At the end of each school year, the Connetquot Central School District’s IT team collects Chromebooks from each senior prior to their graduation. This year’s Chromebook recollection process for seniors included an extra special touch created by network and systems technician Nicki Clinch. 

Nicki used the department Cricut machine to design and create congratulatory stickers for each senior. As the seniors returned their Chromebook, they received a homemade take away from the IT department.

Mrs. Alise Pulliam, director of digital learning, innovation, and instructional technology, along with the entire Connetquot IT department, wish the Class of 2022 good luck. “We can’t wait to see what more creative benefits Ms. Clinch brings to our student body through the use of the Cricut machine,” Pulliam said. “Once a ‘Tech-Bird,’ always a ‘Tech-Bird!’"

Niki Clinch

Date Added: 6/14/2022

IT Department’s Live-Stream Connects the Community

The district’s IT department proudly live-streamed all of the district’s spring concerts for the music department during the month of May. Santo Moscova is the Connetquot IT Live-Streaming Ambassador and coordinates all live-streaming events with Director of Digital Learning, Innovation, and Instructional Technology Alise Pulliam.

Santo has perfected his live-streaming skills and continues to grow in exploring new and innovative ways to present district events to at-home viewers via live-stream.

“I’m proud of the Connetquot IT Department for seeing the value in providing live, real-time access to district events to the community and beyond,” Ms. Pulliam said. “For the first time, grandparents in Minnesota, sisters in California and family and friends all over the country are able to share in the joy of a concert, a moving-up ceremony or even the Circus. I’m certain that the team will continue to lead and pioneer in the area of live-streaming.”

Please keep an eye out as the team moves into June live-streaming all of the moving-up ceremonies districtwide.

Santo Moscova

Date Added: 6/9/2022

Connetquot IT Department Gives Middle School Students Glimpse Into Technology Fields

The District’s Instructional Technology Department gave eighth grade students a glimpse into the various fields of technology during the Oakdale-Bohemia and Ronkonkoma middle schools’ Career Day, held on April 29. Twenty-eight different career fields were represented at the career day events, but the IT department was the only internal group to volunteer their expertise.

Director of Digital Learning, Innovation, and Instructional Technology Alise Pulliam, Network and Systems Specialist II Victor Zambrana and Network and Systems Technicians Nicole Clinch, TJ DeBole, Santo Moscova and Victor Montes spoke to students about the different career paths in instructional technology, educational pathways to IT and formal and informal training opportunities. Not only did the students have interesting conversations with IT members about the technology field, but they watched demonstrations of coding robots and drone light shows on the SmartBoard.

“I am very proud of the IT team for being a part of the school community and finding new ways every day to connect with the staff and the students,” Ms. Pulliam said. “We are happy to continue to give back to the community by making the IT world understandable with our personalized touch.”

IT department members at booth

IT department members

IT department member giving presentation

Date Added: 5/26/2022