Jamison StokesDirector of TechnologyTim LuckettAssistant Director of TechnologyVision Statement
The Office of Technology supports the theory, “all students can learn” and it is the district’s goal to make this theory a reality. Educational Technology provides another medium to expand the opportunities for all students to learn. A vision to implement learning in a practical and competitive means while utilizing critical thinking strategies makes Educational Technology’s standards essential.
The Office of Technology also believes that all of its children deserve an education that will provide them with the opportunity to become active learners and productive citizens throughout their lives. Our intent is to create a district technology direction that will support learners in developing their maximum intellectual potential, personal and social responsibility, and skills and knowledge in preparation for their working lives.
Finally, as a community of learners, that champions lifelong learning and learner-focused schools, the district believes that the needs of the individual learner should be assessed and addressed continually.
The Office of Technology mission is to use Educational Technology to foster a lifelong thirst for learning within each student. Technology will equip our students with the tools they need to be productive citizens in the 21st century. The infusion of technology into the learning environment will empower students to go beyond traditional learning boundaries to become independent and interdependent learners, interacting with virtually anyone, anywhere and at anytime. It is with this attitude and ability that challenges of the future can be met successfully.Contact us at (601)859-6850
W. K. Luckett
Director of Maintenance
Assistant Director of Maintenance
Maintenance DepartmentThe Maintenance Department is responsible for maintaining more than 299,757,000 square feet of space in seven schools and acres in school grounds. The six maintenance employees in the department are responsible for the heating/cooling of the schools, the electrical systems, plumbing and carpentry. The department also monitors construction projects. During the summer break, the maintenance department undertakes many school projects that cannot easily be completed while classrooms are occupied.Areas of ResponsibilityCarpentryClimate ControlCustodialElectricalPreventive Maintenance & PlumbingSite CareContact us at (601)859-5002Durham School ServicesTransportation Departmentdurham@cantonschools.netThe Canton Public School District contracts the transportation of its students to Durham School Services. Durham provides opportunities for students to be transported to seven schools within the district. State and Federal regulations, numerous laws, and regulations that govern how bus stops are assigned ensure that we have bus stops which are safe for our students and motorists alike.