The Technology Department supports approximately 9,400 computers, 2,400 Chromebooks, 200 iPads, 500 printers/copiers, 1,000 interactive boards, and various other peripherals used by our students, faculty, support staff and administrators. Additionally, the department oversees a complex wired and wireless network infrastructure that spans 25 locations and two datacenters. The network provides access to the internet, online classroom resources, as well as security and management software. We strive to ensure all IT Services are available throughout the school and work day with well-designed resilient IT solutions.
Comcast Internet Essentials Program
Comcast Internet Essential codes are available for those families in need of Internet. Your child’s school will reach out to you directly if you requested Internet during Orientation Week, or you can contact the main office at your school to receive your family’s designated code.
Comcast representatives and school district staff will also be available from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 17 outside of Reading High School to assist families with codes and help you sign up.
Chief Technology Officer