Bus Driver

Prague Public Schools has an opening for a maintenance person/ bus driver. A class B CDL with P and S endorsements is required or the applicant is willing to obtain one. A background check and drug test are required. This position is considered “full time”, health insurance and paid retirement are provided. To apply please contact the superintendent’s office at 405-567-2281 or email resume to

IT Director

Prague Public Schools seeks a Director of Technology to provide leadership and assume management responsibility for the direction, coordination, integration and implementation of technology across all school district buildings and departments.

The Director of Technology will be responsible for planning, purchasing, installing and maintaining physical technology systems of the District in a condition of excellence. Enabling full educational use of technology at all times in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and requirements. This is a hands­ on position with responsibilities that range from strategic and long range planning and implementation of system­wide technology solutions, to providing one-­on-­one, and group training and support.

This job reports to the Superintendent.

Essential Functions:

  • Attends various events (e.g. meetings, conferences, training sessions, district information sessions) for the purpose of communicating functions of the job.

  • Authorizes permissions and individual access to technology applications or services for the purpose of ensuring proper access to technology systems by staff, students, parents and others consistent with district operating

    guidelines and regulations.

  • Communicates technology related activities in a timely manner to all stakeholders.

  • Directs the installation of technology systems and tools (e.g. hardware, software, systems, wiring, specialized

    applications and tools) for the purpose of ensuring the safe, timely and efficient installation of technology equipment

    and services.

  • Maintains technology equipment and systems (e.g. servers, telephone systems, intercoms, alarms, surveillance cameras, software applications, network) for the purpose of ensuring that systems are functioning properly and

    effectively in support of district administrative and educational operations.

  • Manages procurement, inventory and surplus of technology equipment, systems and related services for the purpose of ensuring that all technology purchases for goods and/or services are consistent with the district’s

    technology objectives, and that equipment is properly inventoried or surplused consistent with local, district and

    state regulations.

  • Monitors technology budget and expenditures for the purpose of ensuring that allocations are accurate and expenses are within budget limits and that fiscal practices and Board of Education policies are followed.

  • Oversees functioning of the technology operations of the district for the purpose of ensuring an effective, efficient and safe environment, where technology equipment and applications are utilized appropriately and efficiently to

    support routine administrative and educational functions of the district.

  • Prepares a wide variety of documents, reports and materials (e.g. reports, policy and procedure documents, emails,

    memos, correspondence, budget, specifications, plans and drawings, analysis and test results, and cost estimates) for

    the purpose of providing necessary information to support district operations, including reporting internally and

    externally to the state or federal agencies, and other entities as required by district, state and/or federal regulations.

  • Researches outside funding opportunities and grants for the purpose of providing additional funding to enhance

    technology within the district.

  • Supports the implementation of operational and educational technology initiatives (e.g. new systems, educational

    programs, hardware) for the purpose of assisting with delivery and implementation of initiatives, providing support

    and assistance to others, providing oversight of projects and/or training and providing information to others to

    ensure successful implementation.

  • Tests technology applications, tools and programs for the purpose of assessing proposed products, programs or tools to provide feedback for the administrative decision processes, to ensure appropriate acquisition of educational

    and operational technology solutions and to assist others with these functions.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a field appropriate for this position (Management Information Systems, Information

    Technology, Computer Science, Systems Management, Educational Technology or other equivalent disciplines),


  • Strong understanding and experience setting up, configuring, and managing network components. Not limited to

    managed switches, manage of multiple vlans on the network, manage an enterprise wireless network with multiple

    AP’s, manage network operating systems and SonicWALL Firewall

  • Strong understanding and experience working with MS Active Directory, group policies, security groups, and

    network logon scripting.

  • Setup and operational knowledge Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Server.

  • Excellent troubleshooting skills ­ ability to narrow down the cause of an issue and determine a solution.

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate with and work well with all levels within an organization specifically working

    effectively within the culture and processes used in educational organizations.

  • Highly organized with strong project management skills, and drive to meet organizational and departmental

    objectives; ability to manage projects on interrelated timelines.

  • Knowledge of classroom technology including SmartBoards, Promethean Boards, document cameras, sound systems, projectors,

    cameras, etc. .

  • Knowledge of student data systems (Wengage), a strong plus.

  • Basic understanding of HTML and website development and maintenance required within a Google for Education


  • Proven ability to negotiate and work with vendors and consultants.


Occasional prolonged and irregular hours; frequent standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, pushing and pulling; occasional lifting up to 50 pounds; prolonged use of computer and repetitive hand motions; work on ­call and after hours.

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience and includes benefits.

To apply please contact the superintendent’s office at 405-567-2281 or email resume to