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Technology Department

Technology is everywhere in the world today and is especially prominent in our school systems!

Rachael Granatir

Technology Coordinator

Rachael Granatir has been the Technology Coordinator for Edison Local Schools for seven years. Rachael has more than 20 years educational technology experience and holds a Masters in Computer Education and Technology. In the past Rachael had served as the Communications Coordinator for Edison Local as well as providing technology professional development training for Edison staff. Rachael had left the district for position at a state level educational technology agency and also served as a technology coordinator in another school district. Rachael, a 1995 Edison graduate, was happy to return to Edison to direct the technology office. She oversees the technology budget and procurement of equipment for the network, staff and students as well as many related grants. She is proud of many changes in technology at Edison including the replacement of the wireless network and implementing one-to-one devices for all students Pre-K through 12. Rachael can be reached at rachael.granatir@edisonwildcats.org or 740-282-0065 ext. 1128. 

Tyler Roush

Assistant Technology Coordinator

Tyler Roush, Assistant Technology Coordinator for the district, has been with Edison Local Schools for 6 years. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Kent State University. Aside from working with Rachael on helpdesk operations for the district, Tyler also handles much of the day to day server and network maintenance for the district as well as utilizing his Computer Science degree to help build many of the applications the district uses behind the scenes. He can be contacted at tyler.roush@edisonwildcats.org or by phone at 740-282-0065 ext 1125.

1 to 1 Devices

The Edison Local School District is proud to offer 1 to 1 devices for students Pre-K through 12! Every student in the district is provided with an assigned device to use for their schoolwork. Pre-K and Kindergarten are provided with iPads in their classrooms for their work, while 1st grade and up are provided with Chromebooks. This gives every student an optimal opportunity to succeed. 

Click here to review the Technology Acceptable Use Policy

Project Lead The Way

Project Lead The Way provides transformative learning experiences for PreK-12 students and teachers across the U.S. It creates an engaging, hands-on classroom environment and empowers students to develop in-demand knowledge and skills they need to thrive. It has pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science to engage students in hands-on activities, projects, and problems; empowering them to solve real-world challenges; and inspiring them to reimagine how they see themselves.

Student Tech Leaders

The Technology Department offers a program for our Edison High School students to help out with day to day operations. Students in the program are given training in Chromebook repairs as well as a variety of other computer repair and maintenance skills. We currently have a group of nearly a dozen students doing most of the Chromebook repairs for the district as well as acting as our Tier 1 support for helpdesk tickets at Edison High School.

State Test Scores Now Available in Progressbook

As part of our ongoing effort to keep you informed about your child’s academic progress, we want to inform you that you now have access to their state test score results through ProgressBook, our online student management system. The district believes that by having access to this information, you can better support your child’s academic journey and work collaboratively with us to ensure their success. If you have any questions or need further assistance with ProgressBook or understanding the state test scores, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your building.

Visit ProgressBook Parent Portal and navigate to “Assessment Scores” on the left hand menu to view your child’s scores.

Thank you for your continued partnership in your child’s education. Together, we can empower them to be prepared for tomorrow.