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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Central Valley School District buildings, indoor and outdoor facilities remain closed to the general public. Only school-related activities and community groups that have received school board permission are permitted to use facilities and are limited to the requirements of the mandatory health and safety plans required by the State.  All facilities will remain closed to the general public until further notice.

Technology Services

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Technology Services Contacts

Mr. Edward Eimiller
Director of Technology
Office: 724-775-5600 x 11042
Dr. John Hineman
Educational Technologist
Office: 724-775-4300 x 16061
Mr. Jeff Klingelhoefer
Network Administrator
Office: 724-775-5600 x 11026
Mr. Mike Malinich
Todd Lane Technician
Office: 724-775-5600 x 11025
Ms. Beth Rosatone
Educational Technologist
Office: 724-775-4300 x 16060
Mr. Dave Wagner
Middle School Technician
Office: 724-775-5600 x 11028

Repair and Replacement Policy for iPads and Accessories

All LOST cables and chargers are cash on delivery for staff and students. Meaning that in order to get a replacement you must pay at the time of service/replacement. Damaged cables and chargers can still be turned into IT for a free replacement.
ItemCost
Apple USB to Lightning Cable$20.00
Apple 12w USB Charger $30.00
  
  
  
  
 

iPad Cable - $20
iPad Charger - $30
iPad Case - $40
Laptop Cable - $20
Laptop Charger - $50
Laptop Case - $40
Damaged or lost cases are cash on delivery for staff and students. Meaning that in order to get a replacement you must pay at the time of service/replacement.
Repair deductibles and full replacement costs for students will still be invoiced. However, students that owe a fee will be on app restriction until it’s paid. 
iPad Repair - $50
iPad Replacement - $330
Repair deductibles and full replacement costs for staff will also be invoiced.
Laptop Repair - $100
Laptop Replacement - $1300
The need for students to see a principal after every ding or drop is eliminated. When a student has a damaged iPad they can put in a work ticket and come directly to the tech office for a repair. The tech department will determine if the damage is malicious or excessive and report the issue to the building principal for further investigation. The tech department will also notify the building principals of repeat offenders.

***All prices listed are subject to change based on current costs from Apple.
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