Department of Technology Services


"Our team's mission is to provide exceptional technology integration, timely support, and genuine concern for the students and staff of Brenham ISD."

Meet Our Team Members:
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Rodney LeerDirector of Technology Services
Office 277-3760 Ext. 3497  |  rleer@brenhamk-12.net

Responsible for overseeing the technical infrastructure of the district, leading a team of technology support staff, determining business requirements for IT systems, managing the design and implementation of IT infrastructure, and eliminating security risks. 

Angela MillerAdministrative Assistant to Technology Services
Office 277-3760 Ext. 2240  |  amiller@brenhamk-12.net
Anglea assists the director in the day-to-day management of the department. She handles technology purchasing and technology inventory for the district. As the administrative assistant, communication is a primary responsibility in handling incoming department calls and directs them to the proper staff. Angela also manages time and attendance and clerical documentation for the department.
Brittni KalichSystems Coordinator
Office 277-3760 Ext. 3494  |  bkalich@brenhamk-12.net
The systems coordinator is responsible for managing the data and information networks of an organization. Systems coordinators assist with the configuration, implementation, automation, and upgrades of systems to improve continuity between programs. They work to provide efficient systems for business requirements, run quality checks to identify gaps, and resolve technical issues by analyzing components, workflows, and navigation of applications. The system coordinator performs as project manager and trainer for newly implemented district programs.
Tom SpallInstructional Technology Specialist & District Webmaster
Alton Elementary, Brenham Elementary, Krause Elementary, and the Early Childhood Learning Center
Office 277-3760 Ext. 3498  |  tspall@brenhamk-12.net

Instructional Technology Specialist support and collaborate with campus staff to identify the best uses for technology in instruction to create engaging and effective learning experiences. Instructional Technology Specialists support teachers with software tools, learning systems & applications, instructional tech strategies and best practices, and multimedia integration in their classrooms.

They also provide numerous professional development opportunities and act as a liaison for teacher and technician interactions when necessary. Teachers should make the ITS their first contact for supporting them with instructional technology in their classrooms.

Troy KuhnInstructional Technology Specialist
Brenham Middle School, and Brenham Junior High School
Office 277-3760 Ext. 3119 |  tkuhn@brenhamk-12.net

Instructional Technology Specialist support and collaborate with campus staff to identify the best uses for technology in instruction to create engaging and effective learning experiences. Instructional Technology Specialists support teachers with software tools, learning systems & applications, instructional tech strategies and best practices, and multimedia integration in their classrooms.

They also provide numerous professional development opportunities and act as a liaison for teacher and technician interactions when necessary. Teachers should make the ITS their first contact for supporting them with instructional technology in their classrooms.

Chelsea BestInstructional Technology Specialist
Brenham High School, and Pride Academy
Office 277-3760 Ext. 3499  |  cbest@brenhamk-12.net

Instructional Technology Specialist support and collaborate with campus staff to identify the best uses for technology in instruction to create engaging and effective learning experiences. Instructional Technology Specialists support teachers with software tools, learning systems & applications, instructional tech strategies and best practices, and multimedia integration in their classrooms.

They also provide numerous professional development opportunities and act as a liaison for teacher and technician interactions when necessary. Teachers should make the ITS their first contact for supporting them with instructional technology in their classrooms.

Brian WeeksNetwork Systems Engineer
Office 277-3760 Ext. 2249  |  bweeks@brenhamk-12.net

The network systems engineer is responsible for the BISD core network which encompasses the data center and all the major connections to Brenham ISD schools and facilities. The engineer is responsible for design, installation, and maintenance of network cables and associated equipment. Maintaining a robust internet that is protected, filtered, and accessible is a primary duty.

The Brenham ISD engineer provides support for a long list of systems including, security cameras, phones, HVAC controls\scheduling, firewall, content filtering, email security and forensics, data server backups, sound and audio-visual, and many other programs.

Martin BrownNetwork Specialist
Office 277-3760 Ext. 1712  |  mbrown@brenhamk-12.net

Network specialists are the "utility players" for technology departments. They usually cover a wide variety of responsibilities. In this situation, Martin handles student and staff network accounts and onboarding to our major programs. He works closely with the systems coordinator supporting the back-office servers, databases, and programs that require connectivity, automation, and access.

Martin supports and maintains accounts in Microsoft AD, Google, and Eduphoria. He is part of the network team and helps with installations and maintenance of network servers and equipment. Other responsibilities include data server maintenance and virtual server systems.

Grant CurrieNetwork Specialist
Office 277-3760 Ext. 2248  |  gcurrie@brenhamk-12.net

This network specialist is designated as a "LAN" specialist (local area network). The position is tied very closely to the network systems engineer but is focused on maintaining and supporting campus and facility networks. Primary duties include campus wireless networks and data closet devices, phone systems, security cameras, and network printers.

Grant works as a team member with the engineer and the other network specialist to install and maintain network servers and equipment. Other responsibilities include support and training computer technicians in basic networking and applications.

Chris MillerComputer Technician
Alton Elementary, Brenham Elementary, Krause Elementary, and the Early Childhood Learning Center
Office 277-3760 Ext. 2244  |  cmiller@brenhamk-12.net
It is all about the devices and hardware for computer technicians. Computer technicians are responsible for installing, updating, and maintaining campus computers, printers, projectors, Smartboards, interactive displays, and peripheral equipment. They work closely with their campus ITS to pick up, distribute, and repair devices so teachers and students have the tools they need. The technicians rely on work orders to keep them organized and set priorities on getting repairs completed. Detailed work orders are essential for quick service from our technicians.
Josh ToddComputer Technician
Brenham Middle School, Brenham Junior High School, and Brenham ISD Central Office
Office 277-3760 Ext. 2247 |  jtodd@brenhamk-12.net
It is all about the devices and hardware for computer technicians. Computer technicians are responsible for installing, updating, and maintaining campus computers, printers, projectors, Smartboards, interactive displays, and peripheral equipment. They work closely with their campus ITS to pick up, distribute, and repair devices so teachers and students have the tools they need. The technicians rely on work orders to keep them organized and set priorities on getting repairs completed. Detailed work orders are essential for quick service from our technicians.
Jarrod BlackmonComputer Technician
Brenham High School, and Pride Academy
Office 277-3760 Ext. 1715  |  jblackmon@brenhamk-12.net
It is all about the devices and hardware for computer technicians. Computer technicians are responsible for installing, updating, and maintaining campus computers, printers, projectors, Smartboards, interactive displays, and peripheral equipment. They work closely with their campus ITS to pick up, distribute, and repair devices so teachers and students have the tools they need. The technicians rely on work orders to keep them organized and set priorities on getting repairs completed. Detailed work orders are essential for quick service from our technicians.
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