AOS92 Technology Department

Our Mission

The technology department of AOS92 is dedicated to providing reliable infrastructure, support, and training for our students, teachers, and staff.

I want to:Submit a support request

Get training

Connect to the network

Get software or hardware

Publish a web site

Backup files and data

Information:Technology Curriculum

AOS92 Technology Plan


BrightBytes Survey Data

Guidelines for Social Media

Technology Department Staff

Bryan Anderson

Senior Client Deployment Admin

Will Backman

Director of Technology

Jarred Bailey

Desktop Support Specialist

Jason W. Bersani

Senior Client Deployment Admin

Pam Cyrway

Data Manager

Josh Farnola

Senior System Admin

Jane Lee

Integration Specialist

Nick Roberge

Desktop Support Specialist

Bruce White

Computer Technician

Floyd Wygant

Integration Specialist

Some History

    • October 2017 - Association of Computer and Technology Educators of Maine 30th Annual Conference.

    • September 2016 - MLTI IV begins a year early with the Apple Alternate (MacBook Air) solution.

    • September 2015 - AOS92 starts the year with over 400 Chromebooks

    • April 2015 - School websites moved over to Google Sites hosting

    • July 2014 - AOS92 moves from FirstClass to GMail for Email services

    • September 2013 - Fourth round of MLTI. AOS92 selects iPads

    • January 2013 - Tech Team moves to the Web Help Desk trouble ticket system

    • September 2012 - Websites moved over to a common theme using Drupal

    • June 2011 - First Chromebooks available

    • April 2010 - First iPad released by Apple

    • November 2009 - Google Apps for Education enabled for

    • September 2009 - Third round of MLTI, Winslow HS Participates in this round

    • July 2009 - AOS92 Starts using the Infinite Campus Student Information System

    • November 2008 - Interlocal Agreement begins the formation of AOS92

    • September 2008 - Connection to MSLN's Research and Education Fiber Network

    • September 2006 - Second round of Maine Learning Technology Initiative (MLTI)

    • February 2006 - Facebook publicly available

    • February 2005 - YouTube launched

    • September 2002 - First round of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative (MLTI)