Technology

Devices needed Hybrid and Remote Learning

PHS students will be required to bring a computer every day to school to use in their classrooms.  During this time of Hybrid/Remote learning, classroom computer carts, general computer labs, library computers and loaner computers will not be available for student use. If your student does not have a laptop or Chromebook to bring to school, please fill out the DCSD Student Tech Loan Request Form.

A signed Student Device Checkout Agreement is required before a student checkout a device.

About PHS IT

The Information Technology (IT) Department manages and supports all aspects of technology at Ponderosa High School including but not limited to: Equipment, Programs, and Apps on all devices such as Apple, Dell, and Chrome products. 
 
We encourage and support the use of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for students and staff.  We strongly believe in the need to collaborate with our technical community by actively working with DCSD’s IT department to explore new technologies that support teaching and learning with technology.  Lastly, the IT Department is a member of Arapahoe Community College’s Strategic Partnership committee.  This committee gives the department the ability  to help develop and align our own IT goals.

Technology Staff

Pam Bates
Technology ITS
pam.bates@dcsdk12.org

Dawn Hildenbrand
Technology Support
dawn.hildenbrand@dcsdk12.org

Darrel Kim
Technology CRT
darrel.kim@dcsdk12.org
303.387.4122


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