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Office of MIS and Instructional Technology

Role of MIS


The primary mission of MIS is to develop and deliver a technology vision that supports the goals and objectives of Monroe City Schools for both the present and the future.

MIS supports approximately 5000 computers, printers, and peripheral devices among the 21 networked district sites. The team performs installations, configurations, imaging, disposal, hardware repair, software installations, software packaging, troubleshooting, inventory, training, and licensing for various types of equipment in the district.

Network Information and Infrastructure

The MCS network is connected via fiber, as part of a former E-rate project. This high-speed, wide-area network allows the district to locate services centrally and to provide multimedia applications and a host of other technologies requiring high speed connectivity to all campuses in the district. Because this network is owned by MCS, there are no recurring costs of leased connections for in-district communications.

Information Systems

MIS supports the movement of data between student, personnel, business and other applications that sustain students and staff. These applications include instructional programs, textbooks, library system, cafeteria point of sale system, district-wide email system, and special education systems.


Darren Ductoe,

MIS Director,



Jodie Moorhead

Instructional Technology Facilitator,

318-325-0601, x5402


  • Support of district software related to the maintenance of all student data

  • Support of district software related to human resources and financial data 

  • Support of the district instructional program

  • Reporting of data to the LDE

  • Transfer of data between additional applications that support the student, human resources, and financial areas

Role of Instructional Technology

Provides an all-inclusive, instructionally sound, student-centered program in which technology plays a meaningful role in supporting, extending, and individualizing learning opportunities for all students.

  • Created and oversees the District Plan for Educational Technology

  • Designed and administers the 21st Century Classroom Initiative

  • Provides high-quality professional development activities that enable personnel to meet the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers or the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators and enable district students to meet the K-12 Louisiana Technology Standards for Students

  • Assists teachers with technology-connected, standards-based lesson plan development and publishes a lesson plan database on the district website

  • Initiates projects that promote the appropriate use of technology

  • Provides and oversees the following systems: Google GSuite, Clever SSO, COMPASS Technical Components, Computerized Testing, IT Professional Development, Office 365, SMART, GALE Databases, Follett Systems, and WorldBook Web

  • Maintains the district website

Other Information from Instructional Technology
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