The Division of Technology and Information Services (DTIS) shall provide the technology blueprint relative to best practices, policies, procedures, and service levels that are consistent with the objectives of Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD).
The vision of DTIS is to enhance learning in the classroom through the use of technology that will aid students to reach academic excellence. DTIS will also lead the DPSCD business units to new levels of operational efficiency and customer service through the innovative use of technology.
Related programs within the Technology department
- MyOn Literacy Program
- Parent Portal
- Student Portal
- Office 365 Login
- Student Information System Login
- Microsoft Readiness Program
- Audio & Video Services
- Business Application & Processes Training
- Business Application Support
- Curriculum Applications, Classroom Devices & Instructional Technology
- Data Security
- Deployment & Consultant Services
- District Project Management
- Erate Program – Development & Process
- Field Service Support
- Telecommunication Services
News & Updates
- HUB (Staff only)
- Office365 Email Frequently Asked Questions (Staff only)
- Parent Portal
- SIS FAQ
- Acceptable Use Policy
- Service Desk Support
- Student Records
Technology in the Classroom
DPSCD has over 500 academic and literacy software programs actively used in all schools.
Office365 for Students and Staff
Install Office 365 Professional Plus on your personal smartphone, computer, and/or tablet
Detroit Public Schools Community District is proud to provide Office 365 Professional Plus to all staff and students. You will have access to the latest full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook to use at home on your personal smartphone, computer, and/or tablet. Each of the DPSCD staff and students have five Office 365 ProPlus licenses available to install on your personal Apple, Android, and Windows devices.
i-Ready Assessment for Students
i-Ready is an online program that will assess each student’s individual needs and monitor their progress throughout the school year.