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Technology Department

Wyoming Public Schools believes that technology is a tool to achieve quality in learning, teaching and managing. Its goals are that learners in the Wyoming community will become literate in technology; use appropriate technology to solve problems or accomplish tasks; use technology as tools for communication, managing information and learning; and use technology according to ethical standards.
If our students are to live and work successfully in the 21st century they are going to need skills their parents did not receive in their K-12 education. Both the workplace and the home are more technologically oriented than anyone anticipated a decade ago. This means that as our children go through life, higher demands will be made on their learning skills. Our students will need to understand complex terminology, communicate clearly, make sense out of massive amounts of information and know how to use new problem solving techniques.

Network Administrator and Technology Support Specialist
Chris Goron 

Web-Master and Technology Support Specialist
Romer Carrasco

Application Support Specialist 
Craig Sellers

Technology Integration and Support Specialist 
Peter Rizzo

Network and Technology Specialist
Jairad Hallo


Contact Information

3575 Gladiola SW, Wyoming MI 49519

Phone – 616.249.7614 | Fax – 616.530.7557

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Technology Director
Jim Nora

Image of Technology Software Support Specialist Deb Sellers

Technology Software Support Specialist
Deb Sellers

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It’s graduation day! 🎉 Congratulations Wyoming High School Class of 2022! 💜🎓🐺
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Last weekend, Oriole Park Elementary and Parkview Elementary scholars, who are involved in Girls On The Run, participated in the Celebration 5K! 🤩
One part of participating in Girls On The Run is doing a community impact project where scholars brainstorm someone they want to impact positively. Oriole Park girls chose to honor healthcare workers and created an art project with them in mind. 💜 🐺
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Today we held an end of year celebratory lunch with Superintendent Hoekstra and our inaugural group of scholar leaders who served on the superintendent advisory council! We are so thankful for the time spent this year helping grow and strengthen WPS’ future. 💜
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The #ParkviewPack brought in some friends from the City of Wyoming – City Hall Police Department to help with some early field day training! 💜🐺
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