Weber District Technical Services Department is responsible for all computer related issues. The district is a large and diverse community of approximately 30000 students and 4000 staff. There are about 8000 computing devices for which the department has responsibility. Maintaining this base of hardware is an extensive task. The support and functionality of these systems are paramount as everything from grading and daily attendance, instruction, school lunch, libraries, and all business practices are dependent on technology. As technology becomes an increasingly important component of the educational process, it is critical that these systems are reliable and efficient.
The safety of our students is of primary importance. While many systems and protections are in place for this purpose, we ask that parents, staff and other responsible adults do all they can to support us in this effort to keep children safe online.
Some of the areas for which we have responsibility are:
Weber District is a leader in instructional technology. No computer is older than 4 years. Every classroom has a mounted projector and a majority of classrooms document cameras, SmartBoards, Chromebooks, and other technologies available. Every teacher has access to a class blog, and all classes have an online component for teachers to use. Real-time information on grading, attendance, progress reports, transcripts and other information is available to parents online through our portal 24/7/365. The department strives for 100% availability of all systems and takes pride in the speed and performance of Weber School District's systems. The Technical Services staff is a dedicated group of professionals with an impressive array of abilities. The Technical Services Department is comprised of:
The Weber School District Director of Technology is Lynn Raymond. Nick Harris is the Supervisor of Technology for the district. If you have questions or comments you can email Lynn at or Nick at .
Note: Utah Code § 63G-2-204 (GRAMA) requires a person making a records request furnish the governmental entity with a written request containing the requester’s name, mailing address, daytime telephone number (if available); and a description of the record requested that identifies the record with reasonable specificity.
Note: The more specific and narrow the request, the easier it will be for an agency or office to respond to the request. If you are unsure about the records’ description, contact the agency or office records officer.
Note: Government keeps records in “series” or groups of records. To find out what series an agency or office maintains, visit the Archives’ website, http://archives.utah.gov. The record series retention schedules on the Archives’ website include relevant descriptions.
Downloand and fill out the form and email it to Lane Findlay, or mail it to:
5320 Adams Avenue Parkway
Ogden, UT 84405