The Technology Department of the Orangeburg County School District works with the district’s educators to provide the tools and training they need to successfully integrate technology into the classroom. The department also provides technical support to district personnel for hardware and software.
Orangeburg County School District provides classroom access to iPads, Chromebooks, laptops and desktops. While hardware is an important component to the district’s technology services, the technology department also heavily invests in teacher training through technology based professional development, ensuring that all of the district’s teachers are able to effectively engage students using technology.
RETURN STUDENT TECHNOLOGY -
All technology issued to students for the 2020-2021 school year must be returned before the last day of the school year, Friday, June 4. This includes Student Laptops (9th-12th grade), Chromebooks (3rd-8th grade), and iPads (4K-2nd grade), as well as bags/cases, powercables, and adapters. Hotspots for families who requested and were approved for a hotspot for internet access must also be returned to the student's school by Friday, June 4. Please be reminded of the financial implication of not returning a district-owned device (included below). All students and families must return technology at this time, including students who will be engaged in the Summer Extravaganza. Devices must be accounted for and serviced and will be reissued to students for summer learning, as necessary.
Should you need assistance with technology please contact the technology helpdesk at
Staff members should enter trouble tickets for technology support. Please note that the trouble ticketing system is for internal staff use only. Parents and students should call the helpline for assistance.
Technology Needs Survey
Device Repair Form
We urge all students to take great care with their district-provided devices. Should your device need repair, please complete this form and submit it to your school's media specialist.