Welcome to the Nadaburg Information Technology Department

The Nadaburg School District believe integrating technology into the educational program will enable staff and student to be academically successful, motivated and engaged in the learning process. The Nadaburg School District believe all members of our educational community must be proficient information users who have the ability to access, understand, and effectively communicate information to improve their learning and working environments.

We recognize the necessity to provide our students with the technological skills necessary to achieve world-class results. Students need to be able to define tasks, access information, manipulate data, synthesize concepts, evaluate results and creatively express ideas to others. Technology use in an educational environment promotes cooperative learning, which in turn improves student problem solving, critical thinking skills, communication and cognitive growth.

The District strives to equip classrooms with computers, printers, and LCD projectors in school labs. The District has set a standard of two or more Internet-capable labs in each school. All school libraries are equipped with a minimum of 8 Internet-capable computers. All school sites have been cabled to adequately provide hardwired connections to each computer and a wireless infrastructure presence in each classroom to support a variety of mobile devices. 

John Asimakopoulos 
Director of Information Technology

(623) 388-2135