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Welcome to the CuCPS Technology Department Webpage

Our Mission

CuCPS, in corporation with family and community, will provide every student with the opportunity for a first class education in a safe, respectful environment. This first class education will ensure that students have the capability to utilize electronic media to access, retrieve, and make use of information. Students will have the ability to apply their technology skills to heighten professional goals as well as personal lives. Teachers will utilize electronic media – including computers, LCD projectors, streaming video, distance learning, DVDs, and interactive technologies – to provide students with the latest in information, classroom presentation, and job/future preparation.



Student IT interns work closely with students and staff to provide immediate support as needed. Six students work with the division's ITRT to support student and staff technology needs. Pictured above are (L to R) Hayes Turner, Jack McCutcheon, Matthew Hazlegrove, and Sabien Luchynsky.  Not pictured are Steven Bryant and Brandon Swann.


Our student interns were recently featured in the Virginia School Board Association Showcase



Technology Resources

Technology Plan

Download the current Cumberland County Public Schools Technology Plan

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2019 Technology Plan for Public Comment

Acceptable Use Policy

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Acceptable Use Policy

Download the current Cumberland County Public Schools Acceptable Use Policy

BYOD Handbook

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CuCPS BYOD Handbook

Download the Cumberland County Public Schools Bring Your Own Device Handbook

Internet Privacy

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Internet Privacy

Download Internet Privacy Policy

Terms of Service

Internet Safety Info

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Internet Safety Information

The Cumberland County Public School system is very interested in promoting internet safety for its students. We offer the attached resources to the community in an attempt to help students and parents better understand the problems and issues involved.

Provided by the Virginia Department of Education: Resources for Internet Safety in Schools

Provided by the FBI: A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety

Provided by Cumberland County Public Schools: Internet Safety Scope & Sequence

Provided by Cumberland County Public Schools: Facebook Safety Tips

Safety Tips for Parents

PowerSchool Help

SchoolMessenger Help

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SchoolMessenger Help

Staff Contact Manager - Step by Step Pictoral Directions

Parents... When you create your PowerSchool Parent account you will have also created your SchoolMessenger account. These two accounts are no longer created seperately.

Virtual Programs

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Virtual Programs

Download Virtual Program Information

Technology News

Technology Staff

  • Network Administrator

    Mr. Neal Osborne is the Network Administrator for Cumberland County Public Schools. He has 19 years of experience in networking, serving as a network administrator for Hopewell City Public Schools, and as an IT Leader for Phillip Morris. In addition, he has served in the United States Military, as well as working several other positions in the IT field. He holds an MCSE certification, and has experience working on a variety of systems and platforms.
  • Dingeldein

    Instructional Technology Teacher/Technician

    Mr. Jeffrey Dingeldein is an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher/Technician. Mr. Dingeldein received his Bachelor’s degree and his Master’s degree from Longwood University. He has served as an Administrative Assistant/Director of Student Activities, an assistant principal, a principal, a teacher, and an adjunct instructor for Longwood University. He has extensive experience with a variety of operating systems and numerous Microsoft applications and has a background in digital design and database management.
    804-492-4212 Ext. 6505
  • motter

    Instructional Technology Resource Teacher

    Mr. Charles Motter is an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher. Mr. Motter received his BS in Elementary Education from the University of Pittsbugh at Johnstown. He earned his MS in educational Leadership from Longwood University. Mr. Motter has worked in Cumberland County Schools as a 5th and 6th grade math teacher and assistant to the principal. He has extensive experience in Microsoft applications and the Google platform. He serves as the PowerSchool Assessment and Analytics liaison.