Technology Staff

Beth Krolak

Beth Krolak
Technology Coordinator
419-352-3576 x4005

Jeff Taylor

Jeff Taylor
Network Administrator

Jeff Herr

Jeff Herr
Support Technician


Last Updated: 7/29/2019 9:06 PM

Technology Services

Bowling Green Area Schools provides technology tools and network services to staff and students to strengthen learning and instruction and to fulfill administrative functions. The district believes that technology is most effective when integrated into inquiry based activities in which students are gatherers of information, problem solvers, and communicators of knowledge. Students use information and network resources, production software, and hardware to fulfill this vision.

Responsible Use Policy & Bring Your Own Device Program

How to Transfer Google Drive Files to Another Account

Network Services

Internet Access: The district offers Internet access for staff and student research that is filtered in compliance with CIPA limiting access to inappropriate material.

Wifi: The district provides wifi access for staff and students in all locations in the district. High school and middle school students may also use the district's wifi on their personal devices which is filtered for inappropriate content per federal guidelines.

File Services: The district supplies staff and students individual accounts on their respective building file server, providing secure storage and file sharing.

Google Suite: The district uses Google's free cloud-based suite for all staff and students. The suite includes email, calendar, cloud-based file storage, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation.

Google Classroom: High school and middle school staff and students use Classroom as a learning and communications portal. This service is free to schools.

Library Catalog: Students and staff can search for and reserve district books with the online Library Catalog. Students are also encouraged to make use of the Wood County Public Library and Bowling Green State University's Jerome Library.

Communications: The Technology Department manages and maintains call/email system, the district website and the district facebook and twitter feeds to communicate with students, staff and community.

Unified Classroom Learning Management System: K-12 teachers use Unified Classroom as their learning portal which provides interaction between teachers and students in classroom assignments and assessments. Teachers take attendance and track student progress on the Ohio Learning Standards in assignments and assessments. Grade Cards are generated from the data in this LMS.

Unified Classroom student and Parent Portals: Parents and students in grades 3-12 can check their assignments,grades and attendance online. Parents and students will see updated grades as teachers enter assignments, test, and project scores into the system.

HelpDesk: Staff use the BG HelpDesk to report technical issues and to make requests.


Tech Tools

Desktop & laptop computers
Chromebook carts
Interactive whiteboards & Audio

Bring Your Own Device

Bowling Green City Schools is committed to utilizing powerful online productivity tools and resources to enhance learning opportunities for our students. As part of this commitment, the district is allowing students in grades 6-12 and PK-12 staff to bring their personally owned wireless electronic devices to school for the purpose of completing school work through the school’s filtered wireless network. With staff approval, students will be able to access the school’s filtered Internet connection and online resources to complete their school work. We realize that not every student owns a device; and for those who do, some may choose not to bring their personally owned device to school. There is absolutely no expectation that parents should provide a device to their child for this program.


Assistive Technology

The Special Education Department and the Technology Department participate in on-going collaboration in order to meet the very specific needs of individual students through group discussion and the IEP process. A recent project to provide iPads to the Learning Centers in our schools is serving to meet the unique, individual needs of our learners. Other assistive technology items include specialized keyboards, screen enlargements, and software programs. The Special Education and Technology Departments will continue to search for ways that technology can be used to enhance the learning of our students with special needs and also applied to Universal Design for Learning for all students.

Co:Writer Video Tutorials
Read&Write for Google Chrome Information


137 Clough St
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Phone: 419-352-3576
Fax: 419-352-1701