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  • New Chromebooks for Student Learning




    Students at Truscott Elementary received new Chromebooks this year through Innovative Technology Services 5 year refresh cycle. Listen to the excitement from students and teachers as they use their devices to Critically Think, Collaborate, Create and Connect with their learning. Through the hard work of our teachers, students are learning essential skills to be successful in today's digitally connected world.


    See other videos from I.T.S. on our YouTube playlist.

  • Kelly Sain
    Chief Technology Officer - Innovative Technology Services

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    Empowering the TSD community to grow into the future with innovative technology today.


    The ITS division's mission is to provide, support, and coordinate the best possible technology for productivity, learning, and school improvement.


    ITS is responsible for planning, implementing, and supporting technology across the district including student devices, staff computers, instructional applications, business software, classroom projection systems, telecommunications, network infrastructure and more. The department also assists the Learning Services Department with improving instructional technology pedagogy in coordination with each school's leadership. 

    Technical Support

    The ITS Help Desk is a Web-based service request system for staff members of the Thompson School District to enter and track their service requests for technology or software support. For technical support, call (970) 613-7777 or submit an ITS Help Desk Ticket.

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  • Innovative Technology Services Newsletter

    Please read the 2022-23 Back to School Newsletter for important information and relevant news.

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  • Pulse Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

    This program helps households that meet certain eligibility criteria to pay for broadband service by providing up to a $30 per month benefit.

    Congress recently created the ACP, a long-term, $14 billion program, which replaces the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program. The ACP is administered by Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) with oversight from the FCC. Loveland Pulse is a recognized provider for the ACP.

    Go to https://www.lovelandpulse.com/residential/acp/ to learn how to participate. 

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  • Comcast Xfinity Tips and Solutions to Enhance Home WiFi

    Comcast has provided this guidance for students and families with Xfinity internet to get the most out of their connection for online learning. See this guidance here. You can also set up parent controls if you have Xfinity using the directions found here.

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