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Instructional Technology

Ryan Huch, Director of Instructional Technology
Ryan Huch
Director of Instructional Technology

330.926.3801 x502050

The Instructional Technology Dept. is a part of the Division of College and Career Readiness and works to integrate the use of technology into the student's daily learning experience.  The Cuyhaoga Falls curriculum emphasizes the need for students to have strong 21st century skills. It is this department's goal to provide a safe, secure and engaging learning experience included while using technology tools. This curriculum supprt is lead by a team of Media Specialists/Librarians, Classroom Technology Integration Specialists and Support Technicians; who work diligently to assist students and staff in technolgy use and skill growth.

In addition, the Support Techs.coordinate and maintain all computers and computer support devices, networks (fixed and wireless), instructional technology (projection systems, audio/ PA systems, WCFI-LP radio, printers, etc.), digital security systems (security video, door access, radio security) and telephones in the school district.

Progress Book, Google Classroom, and other software.

If you need assistance with Progress Book, Google, or other technical issues:

Please contact your child's school first. The MS/CTIS teams are building based to assist. They will be able to talk to staff about any issues occurring.


The Cuyahoga Falls City School District ALWAYS welcomes donations of computers and other technology, from businesses and individuals.

However, in the case of personal computers, we can only accept computers that are capable of running standard district operating systems and software. To avoid accepting donations of computers that cannot be used in the schools, we ask for donations that:
Can run Windows 10; Google Chrome, or Apple OSX  (Sorry, we do not accept Windows XP units as it is no longer supported.  The same with older iPads that will not run the latest iOS.),
Have at least 2GHz multi-core processor 
Has 4 GB memory or more.
Has 128 GB hard drive or larger
Donated Monitors should be at least 17" and of the Flat Panel/LCD variety.

Questions regarding any donation should be directed to the Technology Office.

330-926-3800 Ext 502050   or