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Pueblo City Schools 2013 Technology Replenishment. Computer Purchase Process and Adoption May 28, 2013. Identify primary focus and purpose for purchase Support mathematics textbook adoptions Computer s election process and acquisition Committee to evaluate needs

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pueblo city schools 2013 technology replenishment

Pueblo City Schools2013 Technology Replenishment

Computer Purchase Process and Adoption

May 28, 2013

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Identify primary focus and purpose for purchase

    • Support mathematics textbook adoptions
  • Computerselection process and acquisition
    • Committee to evaluate needs
    • Invitation to submit proposal
    • Preliminary evaluation of offerings
    • In person vendor presentations
    • Best and final offers (BAFO)
    • Final evaluations
  • Training for teachers; summer and continuing professionaldevelopmentnext year for classroom use of computers
Plan
timeline
Timeline
  • January 28, 2013
  • February 25, 2013
  • March 15 – April 2, 2013
  • April 11-12, 2013
  • April 19, 2013
  • May 2013 – On going
  • June-July 2013
  • Planning committee needs discussion
  • Planning committee requirements development
  • Solicitation and proposal submissions
  • Vendor finalists presentations
  • Evaluation committee finalizes scoring and final solution recommendations
  • Professional development implementation planning
  • Anticipated purchase and delivery
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Requirements Planning Committee

  • Danny Combs – Director of Technology
  • Joe Misiaszek – ITRT Heaton Middle School
  • Ted Johnson – Principal Irving Elementary School
  • Timi Terry – Math Teacher Sunset Park Elementary School
  • Sandra Alvarez – Principal Bradford Elementary School
  • Kelly Watson – Student Support Coach Early Childhood Education Department
  • Amy Winegardner – District Assessment Data Specialist
  • Donna Crawford – Supervisor Professional Development
  • James White – Elementary Mathematics Specialist
  • ChristyPruitt – Secondary Mathematics Specialist
  • Wanda Adams – Math Teacher South High School
  • Aaron Bravo – Principal South High School
  • Lynn Seifert – Principal Central High School
  • Julie Shue – Principal Corwin International Magnet School
  • Janelle Reading – ITRT Heritage Elementary School
  • Vanda Quintana – Office Manager Technology Department
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Proposal Evaluation Committee

  • Danny Combs – Director of Technology
  • Joe Misiaszek – ITRT Heaton Middle School
  • Rosa Saenz-Aragon – Principal Baca Elementary School
  • Donna Crawford – Supervisor Professional Development
  • James White – Elementary Mathematics Specialist
  • Julie Shue – Principal Corwin International Magnet School
  • Bill Shaffer – Information Assurance Technology Department
offerings summary
Offerings Summary
  • Familiar proposals
    • Microsoft Windows 8 laptops
    • Apple iPads
    • Google Chromebooks
  • New technology proposals
    • Android tablets
    • Microsoft Windows 8 Ultrabooks
    • Microsoft Windows 8 convertible laptop/tablets
    • Microsoft Window 8 tablets
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Elementary Schools – Apple iPad 2s
  • Middle Schools – Google Chromebooks
  • K-8 Schools and Corwin Int – combination of both
  • Innovation Schools – Windows 8 laptops
  • District to self-warranty for 48 months
  • 5% hold back of funds to manage self-warranty
  • ~$911K available for purchase
next steps
Next Steps
  • Finalize contracts with vendors
  • Execute purchase
  • Receive, configure, and implement products
  • Continue professional development planning and delivery
next year
Next Year
  • Proposing to continue annual replenishment funding
  • Planning with high school principals for purchase this summer
  • Subsequent annual purchases planned prior to school year
  • Repeat self-warranty practice with annual funding hold back