The School District of Oconee County believes technology is a critical component of education and provides innovative technology resources for all students and staff.
- A state of the art fiber network with 3Gbps internet access and 40 Gbps intranet (between sites) with 21 distinct locations
- Individual technology devices for all students (a 1:1 initiative)
- Hundreds of instructional software and programs
- G Suite for Education (email, unlimited file storage, etc.)
Our team consists of a diverse group of school-based technicians, network and infrastructure specialists, database administrators, a group of SDOC student interns, and other technology professionals all working toward enhancing your child's education. Click below to view our team!
For more information on how to get support as a student, parent, or staff member, as well as a list of frequently asked questions, please look below. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions related to your child's education as it relates to technology - we're here to serve you!
How do I get support?
- What is a Technology Fee?
- What is the difference between accidental and intentional damage?
- How does my student access instructional resources?
- Is a Chromebook safe for my child to use?
- Does my student have an email?
- How do I reset a Chromebook?
What is a Technology Fee?
What is the difference between accidental and intentional damage?
How does my student access instructional resources?
Is a Chromebook safe for my child to use?
Does my student have an email?
How do I reset a Chromebook?
- I'm a new employee. How do I access my account?
- Help! I can't access my account!
- Where can I find information on programs the district supports?
- How do I access my paystub? Tax info?
- What happens when I leave the district?
- How do I access Wi-Fi?
I'm a new employee. How do I access my account?
Help! I can't access my account!
Where can I find information on programs the district supports?
How do I access my paystub? Tax info?
What happens when I leave the district?
How do I access Wi-Fi?
By the Numbers
4,000+ Windows devices
400+ network switches
500+ surveilLance cameras
...with 15 team members serving oconee county students
FCC Broadband Internet Program
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more. Please visit the FCC website to see if you qualify
FCC Broadband Emergency Internet Program