Network Services

The Network Services team provides end-to-end support in designing, installing and maintaining voice and data networks to support the essential operations of the San Diego Unified School District.

Services at a Glance

NS Group

  • Manage and maintain LAN and WAN
  • Install, configure, and maintain all network devices. Including: network switches and routers, wireless access points, cabling, fiber and other network related resources
  • Responsible for maintaining Telecommunication Services
  • Provide a secure, reliable and proficient wireless network
  • Manage and maintain emergency radios and cellular devices
  • Provide home internet access to staff and students
  • Support the District’s Emergency Communication System – InformaCast

Helpful Links:

ECS – InformaCast

Current Network Service Projects

Radio Status Update


Jared Yu                                         Network Engineer

Robert Schleigh

Lead Telecommunication Technician

Amanda Jones

Telecommunication Specialist

Armando Marin

Telecommunication Technician

 Sam Elwood

Telecommunication Specialist

Michael Fuchs

Data Communication Analyst

Andrew Bortolutti

Data Communication Specialist

Andrew Nguyen

Data Communication Specialist

Michael Tallerday

Data Communication Specialist

Rogelio Olguin

Data Communication Technician

Fidel Perez

Data Communication Technician

Jason Nguyen

Data Communication Technician

           Manny Villarreal

                              Data Communication Technician
        Toby Lewandoski                               Data Communication Technician
        Jesse Sandoval                                   Information Tech Liaison



Sandra Arellano, CCTO
Software Systems Coordinator
(619) 260-5499
[email protected]

For technical support, please call the IT Help Desk at 619-209-HELP (4357) between 7:00am and 5:00pm, Monday thru Friday.

                                                                 To create and/or manage your service request tickets, please access Cherwell CSM here: