Mission Statement

The mission of the SUHSD Technology and Information Services is to provide support, training, guidance, and leadership to ensure all stakeholders utilize technology resources both ethically and productively.  

Department Goals

The Technology & Information Services Department Goals include:

  • Establish and maintain state-of-the-art network infrastructure to support the educational and business needs of the Sequoia district
  • Provide consistent and professional technology support
  • Assist in the integration of technology in the curriculum
  • Maintain technology equipment standards that meet the needs of staff and are within the district’s budget
  • Provide guidance with adoption of new technology for both educational use and business services
  • Provide leadership and guidance for staff and students by using technology to:
    • enhance the learning environment
    • extend learning opportunities
    • personalize learning for all students

Directory

Name Title Phone Extension
Robert Fishtrom Director of Instructional Technology x22580
Eileen Carp TIS Support Assistant x22366
Eric Trice Manager, Web Services x22236
Kenneth Bazan Manager, Information Services x22237
Gregory Richardson Information Services Specialist x22313
 Israel Moreno Information Services Specialist x22385
Maria Lombera Data Processing Clerk x22314
Clint Barret Manager, Voice & Data Services x22555
Josue Vazquez Technology Maintenance Specialist x22552
Miguel Calvillo Technology Maintenance Specialist x22554
Sal Olivares Technology Maintenance Specialist x22556
Sergio Mendez Technology Maintenance Specialist x22557
Oscar Gaspar Technology Maintenance Specialist x22550
 

Tech Master Plan

Sequoia Union High School District's Technology Master plan runs through June 30, 2019.
 

Technology & Information Services, November 2017

Technology & Information Services StaffTop of Page

Robert Fishtrom
Kenneth Bazan
Clint Barret
Eric Trice
Josue Vazquez
Sal Olivares
MIguel Calvillo
Sergio Mendez
Israel Moreno
Gregory Richardson
Maria Lombera

Google Apps / Student PrivacyTop of Page

Google released a very important message in regards to the use of Google Apps for Education and student privacy.

Performing Work for SUHSDTop of Page

Important information regarding California Senate Bill 854