Jeffrey S. Janover, P.E.

Director of Technology

Technology Staff

  • Jason Berhalter

    Software Assistant
    732-556-2036
    jberhalter@wall.k12.nj.us
  • Jenni DeCarlo

    Technology Communications Assistant
    732-556-2001
    jdecarlo@wall.k12.nj.us
  • Dave Commander

    Technician
    732-556-2099
    dcommander@wall.k12.nj.us
  • Phil Kurtz

    Technician
    732-556-2024
    pjkurtz@wall.k12.nj.us
  • Bryan Clayton

    Technician
    732-556-2071
    bclayton@wall.k12.nj.us

Technology Goals

  • Goal 1:
    Use the district's networked resources as an informational source for all students.
  • Goal 2:
    Use the district's wide area network to provide connectivity among students, staff, and community members.
  • Goal 3:
    Provide staff development to support the integration of technology in the curriculum.
  • Goal 4:
    Provide a networked and automated library media program for the effective use of ideas and information.
  • Goal 5:
    Plan and provide for the maintenance, upgrading, acquisition, and expansion of networked resources.
  • Goal 6:
    Maintain and expand the technology staff and coordinate the implementation technology.

Director of Technology's Blog

Solar Telescope Online

Posted on 17 May 2017
Part of the telescope array in our observatory is a 60mm Lunt Solar telescope with a hydrogen-alpha filter.  The solar telescope has the ability to view the Sun directly, and an Atik Infinity CCD camera captures the images. The hydrogen-alpha filter is an integral part of the telescop

Elementary School Computer Labs Updated with Chromeboxes

Posted on 03 Apr 2017
We are currently replacing the thin clients in our elementary school computer labs with Chromeboxes.  A Chromebox works very much like a Chromebook, but has a desktop form factor instead of a laptop form factor.  The district has been using Chromebooks successfully for several years,

More Images from the Wall Township Public Schools Observatory

Posted on 18 Nov 2016
The Wall Township Public Schools Observatory has been undergoing pilot testing for the past month or two, and I have been opening the Observatory to a small group of teachers on clear nights. Last night was exceptionally clear, and I obtained the images, below, over the course of an h