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Technology Help Desk for NVUSD Staff


Hours of operation:  
Monday through Friday,

6 am to 5 pm

ShoreTel (VoIP) Phone:  399-HELP (4357)

All Other Phones:  557-8333

The Help Desk is your first resource for technology problems. Our techs will listen to your technology issue and try to resolve it over the phone. If a site visit is required, a service ticket will be created and a tech dispatched. We would like all initial contact to be over the phone so we can evaluate and resolve the situation most effectively.​

The HelpDesk is designed to assist in resolving immediate problems. If you know that you need a tech to come to your site, please create a service ticket.​

This service is offered to NVUSD staff members only. Please do not have students call the Help Desk -- not even on behalf of a staff member.


"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those unable to read and write, but those who can not learn, unlearn and relearn."

Alvin Toffler


 "The new mission of schools is to prepare students to work at jobs that do not yet exist, creating ideas and solutions for products and problems that have not yet been identified, using technologies that have not yet been invented." 

Linda Darling-Hammond, (2010). The flat world and education: How America’s commitment to equity will determine our future.


"These are just technologies. Using them does not make you modern, smart, moral, wise, fair, or decent. It just makes you able to communicate, compete, and collaborate farther and faster."

Thomas L. Friedman, (2005). The World is Flat.