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

PARCC Testing Readiness

Posted on 21 Mar 2016
As the district gets closer to beginning PARCC testing in April, the Technology Department has been busy ensuring that the equipment and infrastructure is ready to go.  PARCC testing is accomplished using Chromebooks, and the latest version of the TestNav app, the program that student

Final Installment of Observatory Grant Funding Received

Posted on 06 Jan 2016
The Wall Foundation for Educational Excellence generously provided Wall Township Public Schools with a check for $14,150 as the last installment of funding for the Observatory Project. This brings the total funding for the project to nearly $40,000. The observatory is physically locat

Observatory Automation Success

Posted on 29 Oct 2015
The Wall Township Public Schools Observatory had the first part of its automation system installed this week. The observatory is comprised of a 10′ x 10′ building with an 8′ dome, and will include four telescopes and photographic imaging systems that can be used for