Montville Township Public Schools

About Us

Information Technology Services maintains the district's network, servers, computers, printers, phones, peripheral equipment, as well as our student information system and curriculum software. Below are some statistics to put some of those words into perspective.
  • 8 buildings
  • 16 physical servers
  • 50 virtual servers
  • 2000 desktop / laptop computers
  • 2500 Chromebooks
  • 4500 users
  • 225 Classrooms of the Future (Interactive whiteboard and projector)
The district's buildings are connected via 1Gb Ethernet to the High School which houses our main server room and the equipment to provide content filtered Internet access and telephony services.

Meet our Staff

Director of Information Technology Services, Austin Thomsen
Austin started working in the department as a part time Computer Technician while attending Montville Township High School in 2000. Since then, he has held various positions until accepting his current position in September of 2007.
Systems Administrator, J.J. Keveanos
J.J. started with the department in June of 2016 after spending 15 years working for A&P Supermarkets as their technical lead for disaster recovery and virtualization.  He is responsible for server and network administration, backups, and vmware as well as assisting with other projects as needed.
Information Technology Services SIS Specialist, Sarina DePeri
Sarina started working in the department in 2015 after a few years in the business office. She is responsible for maintaining all of the data housed within our student information system as well as helping administrators and faculty with new features or issues. She also submits numerous state reports based on our data.
Information Technology Services Senior Support Specialist, Marc Weber
Marc has been with the department since 2000. He often handles special projects and assists other Support Specialists with issues.
Information Technology Services Support Specialist, Jeffrey Bonicioli, Joe DiMarco, Andrew Wickenheisser
Jeff and Joe have also been with the department since 2000. Andrew joined us in 2014. They keep the district’s computers up and running by repairing, maintaining and installing many technological devices and software for teacher and student use. They are the people you usually see in the field.
Information Technology Services Administrative Assistant, Debra Rosellini
Debbie started working in the department in 1998 as a part time assistant. Her job entails many tasks to keep the department up to date and functioning. She also provides help desk support to the many calls that we receive daily from faculty and staff.
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