MSAD 52‎ > ‎Departments‎ > ‎

Technology Department

Technology Mission
To provide support to all learners in the MSAD 52 community to meet the No Child Left Behind Goals, the Common Core State Standards and the District Vision, Mission and Goals.

Tech Department

The Technology Department supports staff and students in seven buildings in MSAD 52, with approximately 2000 students and 500 staff members. There are also over 2000 devices (servers, switches, phones systems, desktops, laptops, tablets, printers, copiers, scanners, document cameras, projectors, digital cameras, external drives, and more) and many software titles and online resources which the staff supports. To better serve all MSAD 52 learners, both students and staff members, please utilize the building level support person, first. This will more efficiently address the issue, or facilitate redirection to the appropriate Technology Department staff member for resolution.

Technology Teachers: - Computer instruction in schools. May assist with basic hardware and software questions and issues, student accounts, online testing support, integration support, and lesson resources. If an issue cannot be quickly resolved, it will be sent on to the District Technicians.

District Technicians: – Resolve hardware and software issues, hardware repairs/replacements, inventory, software installation, reimaging, online testing support, network trouble, and technology questions. Issues are sent up to the Network Manager, if needed.

Data Manager:  Jason Breton – Provides District-Wide management of PowerSchool, PowerTeacher, Infinite Campus, Alexandria, online testing support, Google email accounts and websites, telephone system programming, forms, spreadsheets, and data questions or issues.

Network Manager:  Randy Swift – District Technician Supervisor. Responsible for servers, network and wireless issues, firewall blocks, hardware questions, telephone systems, and purchase information. Coordinates with vendors for repairs, purchases, and project work.

Technology Coordinator:  Karen Potvin – Technology Department Administrator. Coordinates District technology projects and initiatives, professional development utilizing technology, online testing support, IEP support, software and online resources support. Coordinates with vendors for purchases and project work. 

  • 2015-2018 Draft Technology Plan Technology is an essential component for teaching and learning. This plan calls for engaging and empowering personalized learning experiences for learners of all ages. The development of this plan was driven by the goals set forth in the National Educational Technology Plan of 2010, the National Educational Technology Standards of the International Society for Technology in Education and our District Vision and Mission. Technology must be available and supported for teachers and students at all times.Our plan presents four goals: Teaching and Learning, Assessment, Digital Citizenship and Equitable Access. It makes technology available for anytime learning through ubiquitous access to resources.  The promotion of digital citizenship for staff and students is emphasized across the curriculum through creativity, exploration/research ...
    Posted Nov 6, 2015, 9:49 AM by James Harwood
  • 2012-2015 Technology Plan Technology is an essential component for teaching and learning. This plan calls for engaging and empowering personalized learning experiences for learners of all ages. The development of this plan was driven by the goals set forth in the National Educational Technology Plan of 2010, the National Educational Technology Standards of the International Society for Technology in Education and our District Vision and Mission. Technology must be available and supported for teachers and students at all times. Our plan presents four goals: Teaching and Learning, Assessment, Digital Citizenship and Equitable Access. It makes technology available for anytime learning through ubiquitous access to resources.  The promotion of digital citizenship for staff and students is emphasized across the curriculum through creativity, exploration/research ...
    Posted Dec 4, 2013, 5:44 PM by James Harwood
  • M.S.A.D. #52 Media Guidelines As part of your daughter/son’s education program, (s)he may have the opportunity to have a class project or school event broadcast on television, published on the Internet, or reported in local newspapers.  We think these are exciting and enriching opportunities for our students.  Your child will be considered eligible to participate in these opportunities as indicated on their emergency card. MSAD#52 Television/Videotape Guidelines:Only official functions and activities can be videotaped/broadcast.Videotaped/live broadcast performances must conform to school board policies and established guidelines.MSAD#52 Photo Guidelines:Only official school functions and activities can be photographed.Student name and school will be used.MSAD#52 Internet Publishing Guidelines:Published documents may not include ...
    Posted Jan 5, 2014, 3:27 PM by James Harwood
Showing posts 1 - 3 of 3. View more »
Technology Education Coordinator:
Karen Potvin
207-225-1130

Network Manager:
Randy Swift
207-225-1131


Please enter all technology requests using IT Requests
ITDirect Requests