Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District


Mission Statement

Gluing together dependable, engaging, challenging, and inspiring technology to everyone every day.

         Core Values

Success of Every Student,  Respect and Integrity,  Continuous Improvement,  High Expectations,                                                                           Teamwork,  Safety.


Oak Creek Franklin Joint School District's Information Technology Department is responsible for all aspects of Communication, Instructional Technology and Technology Infrastructure for 11 schools and 12 buildings.  We support grades K-12 1:1 program for 6500 students and the infrastructure that is required to support it.  We support nearly 600 professional staff (all assigned a laptop), as well as an additional 400 support staff.  Some of our responsibility are as follows:

  • 2200 Laptops/PC's
  • 1100 IPads
  • 6500 Chromebooks (Self-Insured)
  • Camera Systems
  • Door Systems
  • P.A. Systems
  • VoIP Systems
  • Learning Management System
  • Asset Management System
  • Email System (1000 staff and 6500 students)
  • Network Infrastructure and Security.
  • Disaster Recovery and Data Backup
  • Mobile Device Management System
  • Student Information System (Infinite Campus)
  • All Instructional Technology Software/Platforms
    • Clever, Google Classroom, Goguardian etc.


Information Technology Staff

Chris Bennin: Director of Information Technology


Operation's Team

Yong Ruehle: Network Application Manager

Ben Helm: Network Systems Manager

Steve Jashek: Network Support Technician

Celeste Delgado: Chromebook Coordinator

Di Alioto: Administrative Assistant - IT

Instructional Technology Staff

Mandie Barr: Technology Instructor Coordinator (4k-12)

Sue Wanninger:  Data Support Specialist (all things Infinite Campus)


Student working on computer in library

Chromebooks, Google Workspace and mobile interactive monitors have all become part of the way our students learn at the Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District. With access to Chromebooks and an array of web-based programs, students are able to learn valuable skills they will need as they prepare for the next chapter of their lives, whatever that may be.

Google Workspace

All Oak Creek-Franklin students have access to Google Workspace with their own unique accounts. Google Workspace is a powerful suite of applications for managing collaboration between and among students and teachers. Many of our teachers have been looking for new ways to improve student engagement, and Google Workspace is a great way to accomplish that..

Additional G Suite Information:


Chromebook Repair Center

The Chromebook Repair Center services over 6500 Chromebooks, 1100 iPads and over 2000 PC's from 11 schools in the district.  No device is sent out for repair in OCFSD! Turn around repair time is 24-48 hours.



Every classroom is outfitted with an interactive device for maximized engagement for staff and students.  Replacing outdated Smartboards with Mobile Interactive Monitors with 10 point touch and wireless projection has provided flexible learning space achievable for all classrooms!