WBSD Tech Tutorials

Teaching and Learning with Technology

September 2022

New Face in Technology

My name is Lyndsay Johnson-LeMieux and I was hired this summer as the newest Director of Technology and Instructional Integration. I have only been in the district a short time, but I appreciate how welcoming everyone has been and hope to meet you all officially as the school year progresses. I have spent my entire career thus far working in or with school districts. I started as a High School world language teacher at Garden City High School, then moved on to be Garden City Public Schools' Director of Technology. I was in Garden City for a total of 12 years before I left to work for Barton Malow on the K12 Technology Design team where I worked with a dozen different Michigan school districts designing and coordinating technology implementations related to their bond efforts. I feel like the skill set I have cultivated over the years has ultimately led me to this new position at Woodhaven-Brownstown. As a Brownstown resident my children attend these schools and I couldn't be more proud to help shape how they learn and grow.

New Technology Ticketing Website

A new help ticket website called Incident IQ has been implemented. You will see a new ITHelpDesk icon on your desktop or you can click here for the website. Creating help tickets will help the district technology support team be more communicative and efficient. I have created a short video to help you navigate this new website.

Technology Protection Plan

Technology Protection Plan

Chromebook Stewardship

Help Spread The Word!

  1. Chromebooks are expensive to fix and replace

  2. Protection Plan info is on MiStar Parent and Student Connect in the Links section

  3. Enroll and pay for the Protection Plan by Sept. 30th

  4. Treat your Chromebook with respect

  5. Be sure to charge your Chromebook each night

  6. Be sure to bring your Chromebook each day

  7. Swap out carts of Chromebooks are available if students have an issue or break their existing device. They will use the alternate device until their original device can be fixed or replaced.


Please share this video with your students and families.

In this short video, James Townley takes us on a quick tour on how to troubleshoot a frozen or unresponsive Chromebook.

Thank you, James!

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