The Information Technology (IT) Department is committed to the District Mission and Vision. Technology is utilized to support student learning in an engaged, educationally focused environment.
Recent projects have included extensive work in student/staff safety with Raptor visitor management systems, InformaCast mass notification, camera systems and District-wide digital signage. Naperville 203 is the only K-12 District in the country to have a 2 week long, end-end network security audit performed by the National CyberSecurity Assessments and Technical Services (NCATS) team of the US Department of Homeland Security.
- Comprised of two separate data centers as well as small, school and building based servers this team provides dedicated first level IT support assigned to each school with centralized second level engineering capabilities for advanced project work and final level troubleshooting. Asset acquisition/vendor management as well as telecommunications and low voltage product engineering for student/staff safety systems are also provided.
Applications and Data Management
The district utilizes a variety of enterprise level applications to manage its daily operations as well as retain data and documents for various state and federal reporting requirements. Most of these applications are hosted internally at the two District Datacenters with the remainder hosted by the vendors. Many of these applications are integrated with each other to transmit data between them on real-time, daily, and on-demand basis. Below are brief descriptions of District 203 key applications and their purposes.
Technology transforms learning environments in District 203.The Instructional Technology department works with the Learning Services department to effectively integrate technology tools and resources into the curriculum. To maximize this benefit, Technology Integration Specialists, who are certified teachers, help their fellow teachers bring technology into the classroom. They provide one-on-one assistance to individual teachers, grade level teams and content area teams in implementing the curriculum.
The goal of the Instructional Technology team is to provide technology tools, support and innovation for both students and teachers in the classroom. We do this by enabling the District's Mission and the iT203 Mission.
Information TechnologyRoger Brunelle
Chief Information Officer630-420-6473Joe Jaruseski
Director of IT Infrastructure
630 548-4511Kenneth WilsonDirector of Applications & Data Management630-420-6828Jill HlavacekDirector of Innovation and Learning630-420-4340Susan KambaManager of Network Operations
Telecommunications & Special Systems Manager
email@example.comSteve DrabikManager of User Support630-548-4377Jeff PetrickManager of Assetsjpetrick@naperville203.org
630-420-6331Tracy OliverSr. Manager of Data Operationstoliver@naperville203.org
630-420-6824Sophia LewisApplications Manager630-420-6317