Alejandra Woodrum, Network Operations Manager
David Davis, Network Administrator
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Casey County School District abides by Kentucky Technology System (KETS) standards set forth in the KETS Master Plan. [KETS standards] (KRS 156.160) stipulates that the Kentucky Board of Education has a statutory mandate to prescribe standards, which school districts shall meet. Those standards call for specifications in equipment, software and services that work together thus contributing to a stable environment and providing a framework for vendor contracts known as KETS contracts. Districts are required by 701 KAR 5:110 to procure only those technologies that meet KETS standards, if a standard for that category has been established, regardless of source of funds. The technology department supports standardized equipment from the KETS contract, is required to assign commodity codes on purchase orders and completes purchases online. [KETS Product and Technical Standards] Please contact us before purchasing.
Inkjet printers are no longer on KETS. They are not supported by IT; therefore, IT will not install or repair inkjet printers.
If you choose to purchase an inkjet printer, you must also purchase a three-year warranty for each printer. District small purchase procedures with price quotes will also be required.
IT recommends the use of manufacturer replacement cartridges due to possible warranty issues caused by non-OEM replacements.
If a generic refill cartridge causes a printer failure and the manufacturer refuses to honor the warranty due to the generic cartridge use, the repair or replacement cost of the printer would fall to the location.
Casey County Board of Education Annex building Training Room reservation instructions:
1. User checks district web site calendar available date/time they wish to reserve the Annex Training Room (calendar tab at the top of the website)
2. User submits Help Desk ticket with name of event, date(s) and time(s). [click here]
3. Tech Department will post the event information to the web calendar on the district webpage and complete the ticket which notifies the user of a completed request.
NOTE: The user will have the Annex in reserve, but will still need to invite their attendees.
Contact Tech Department with any issues.
Fastest and Easiest Student Email Retrieval
Your account prior to the migration still exists, but had to be renamed as part of the migration process. Users will be able to access this data through the end of the school year, but it's highly recommended that they move what is needed prior to that time.
To access your old account user the following user information:
Password: <Password is what it was at the time of your migration>
Primary username: email@example.com
Renamed username: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Login to your renamed account and forward the email you need to your primary username. Then, log out of your renamed account, close and reopen your Internet browser. Log into your primary account and view the email(s) you forwarded to this address.
Primary username: email@example.com
Renamed username: firstname.lastname@example.org
IPost Migration Outlook Client 2010/2013 --Tech Dept.
If you’re running Outlook 2010 or 2013, you can reconfigure your profile using a free tool available at http://config365.com/. Please note that using this tool requires that users have .NET 3.5 installed on their machines (which typically isn’t installed by default). This may also require Local Administrator rights on the user machines. The Config365 tool does not appear to work for Outlook 2016. For Outlook 2016 users, you should use the manual process described in the following process.
Post Migration Outlook Client 2016 --Tech Dept.
To manually reconfigure the profile, you can undertake the following steps:
- Navigate to Control Panel. Select Categories in the top right and switch it to Small Icons.
- Click Mail. Sometimes this shows as Mail (Microsoft Outlook 2016) or Mail (32-bit) or something similar.
- Click Show Profiles. Click your Outlook profile. Click Remove.
- Click Apply and then click OK.
- Then launch the Outlook application from your desktop or start menu. Navigate through the wizard by clicking Next. You should see your account auto-populate based off of the machine credentials you’re logged into. You may be prompted for a password during this process.
- To make sure your Outlook client is working properly, make sure that the status in the bottom right shows Connected to Microsoft Exchange and you’re receiving new mail.
Our IT/IS department leads Casey County Schools to better use of technology in the classroom and administrative offices. We believe that technology is a tool and means to more effective teaching and learning.
- The Casey County School District has a reliable high-speed connection to the Internet.
- All Casey County schools are interconnected via GB fiber optics.
- All computers in classrooms, libraries and labs have high-speed Internet connections.
- All schools and classrooms are serviced by KETS standard managed wireless networks.
- All classrooms have access to "smart-classroom" technology tools such as LCD projectors, speaker systems and document cameras.
- All Library Media Centers' holdings are searchable online via the Internet.
- All classrooms have access to KET Encyclomedia (streaming Discovery Channel)
- All teachers, students, and staff have access to KY Virtual Library via Internet.
- All students have a district email account.
- Online application suites are provided as needed
In addition to our tech-savy teachers and Library Media Specialists we have others that are tech savy:
Brent Bernard - CHS
Jeff Emerson – CMS
Delania Luttrell – JPE
Betty Wesley – Liberty
Shelia Martin – WHE
Deena Randolph - Central Office