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Information Technology
The HESD Information Technology Department is a full service IT Department. We connect to the Imperial County Office of Education which provides our backbone services with the K12 HSN Network. With support from federal funding such as E-Rate, we have been able to improve and expand services in an effort to support the common goal, improving student academic achievement.
Our services include but are not limited to:
  • Server Virtualization Technologies
  • Voice-over-IP communications
  • Wireless Voice and Data Comm
  • Network curriculum software implementation
  • Video Conferencing Infrastructure and technologies
  • Technology Staff Development
  • Website Administration
  • Network Routing and Switching
Every instructional classroom from grade levels 1st to 8th are equipped with 3 student computers and every Teacher is being equipped with a mobile laptop, document camera and a mounted/unmounted projector.

The HESD Information Technology Department is committed to the success of Heber students, faculty and staff. We will continue to provide exceptional services and support alongside quality staff development in support of adopted curriculum and set strategies to improve teaching and learning.

Thanks for visiting and welcome to Heber Elementary School District Information Technology Department.

Links

  • California Learning Resources Network
    CLRN makes it easy for you to find the standards-aligned software, video and Internet learning resources you need. CLRN experts have identified, reviewed and organized hundreds of Electronic Learning Resources (ELRs) in a searchable database that allows you to compare key features of selected resources. The Web Information Links (WILs) let you search or browse hundreds of free primary, secondary and reference resources. Electronic Learning Assessment Resources (ELARs) are data management programs that simplify delivery, aggregation and disaggregation of assessment data.

  • International Society for Technology in Education
    Widely adopted and recognized in the United States, and increasingly adopted in countries worldwide, the NETS integrate educational technology standards across all educational curricula.

  • K12 High Speed Network
    K12HSN administers K-12’s participation in the California Research and Education Network (CalREN). CalREN is the high-speed, high-bandwidth statewide network of 14 Hub Sites and circuits linking to 73 K-12 Node Sites, 11 UC Node Sites, 24 CSU Node Sites, 111 community college Node Sites, as well as 6 Node Sites serving the three participating private universities. CalREN is also linked to the national Internet2 network forming an advanced state and national “Intranet” for educational use.

  • National Clearing House for Educational Facilities
    Information on school classroom design and layout, compiled by the National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities.

Contacts

Javier Gutierrez
Information Technology Specialist
jgutierrez@hesdk8.org

Carlos Reyes
Support Tech I
creyes@hesdk8.org

Alfonso Castro
Support Tech I
acastro@hesdk8.org