Communications Part A: Campus Radios, Cell Phones, Pages  & Parent Link
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Communications Part B:  Telephones Wired, VOIP
          Campus Radios Telephone System Upgrade Project & Overview
Standard Items / 400 MHz Campus Radios New Avaya Telephone SIT*
  One page Quick-Start overview
  Model-9620- Diagram-&-Operations Guide Model-9650- Diagram-&-Operations Guide
  Avaya SBM24 "Add-On" Module - Diagram and Operations Guide
  New Voicemail Quick Reference Guide *
The model number of each set can be found on the bottom of the phone.
  On-Demand Video Tutorials
Bid 10-025N        *NEW*  Effective Sept 9, 2013 14-006V On-demand video tutorials on the use of AVAYA phone set operating functions
Frequently Asked Questions Voice Mail-The Voice Mail Access Number is 321-MAIL (321-6245)
Motorola Website Quick start – How to get started
Product Flyer - XPR3000  User Instructions
XPR3000 Accessories  &  XPR3000 Specifications Telephone Training Presentation
Radio Battery Care & Tips Adjusting the Ring
Quick Reference Guide for SAP Materials Programming Buttons
Cell Phones Programming Speed Dials
New Service Orders /Replacement  & Upgrade Orders/ Accessory Orders    Full User Guides        Digital Coral Phones    (Beige)
Cell Phone Hand Prices/Accessory Pricelist / Digital FlexiCom Phones (Charcoal) Analog Classroom Phones
International Travelers  /Cancellations Changes Request
/Lost Or Stolen - Requirements/  iPhone New User Info Sheet
120D (DOT) 120D (PDF) 232x (DOT)
232x (PDF) 2120 (DOT) 2120 (PDF)
2321 (DOT) 2321 (PDF) 280D (DOT)
General Information 280D (PDF) 280D+PEM (DOT) 280D+PEM (PDF)
Tadiran/Coral Telephone Instructions  
Voice Mail Assistance  
VoIP Telephone System Upgrades  
Parent link  
Parent Link  
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
In September of 2013,Bid14-006Vwas awarded to Control Communications, Inc. for the purchase of UHF portable radios designed for use at school and administrative sites.There is one model of Motorola portable radios available, which is the XPR3300. The Purchasing Department has established a SAP number (6004980) for this item. If you have any questions regarding the purchase of this equipment you may contact Ed Kessler at 754-321-0349.

If you feel that your school needs to purchase a portable radio repeater for your location, you must first contact I&T

In 2004, the District acquired the Services of ParantTechnology’s ParentLink.This solution gives schools and departments the ability to:
  • Automatically deliver truancy notification calls to student’s homes
  • Deliver phone and email messages about school functions and other non-emergency alerts
  • Deliver phone and email messages concerning school or District emergency situations.

Broward ParentLink was installed at the District's Technical Service and Support Center (TSSC) during the first 9 weeks of the 2004-05 school year.  A group of pre-selected pilot schools tested the system during the second 9 weeks of school.  Also, training in the use of the system began in late November to mid December for all other sites.  The system has been available to all schools for full use since the second semester of the 2004-05 school year.

The system was designed to minimize the work schools do in their efforts to remain compliant with truancy notification requirements, AND provide them with a new tool to promote connections between schools and the homes of their students.  No new hardware is needed in schools or departments to access and use this web-based solution.  The data used by the centralized system is the data already entered in the District's Student Information System every day.  There is no charge to schools utilizing this service.

For more background information, please review the PowerPoint Project Overview.

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Telephones - Wired
Report all telephone service outages, moves, adds, and changes including telephone/Netwok Systems to the IT Service Desk
(754) 321-0411. ( A Remedy Ticket will be generated )
Auto Attendant Guidelines Implementation Process
Tadiran/Coral Telephone Instructions
Voice Mail User Setup Instructions




     

Broward Schools’ Information & Technology Department is embarking on a long-range plan to update the district’s telephone systems, and in the process, move from the traditional method of providing voice services to a new “Voice over IP” (VoIP) platform.  As Broward Schools’ phone systems continue to age, the importance of refreshing these systems is needed to continue providing high quality, highly reliable phone service.  This is also part of larger effort to improve telecommunications services through advanced integration of voice, video and data systems — and to reduce costs through the convergence of network systems.

As a result of E-Rate funding approval for Broward Schools’ 2008 – 2009 telephone system upgrade filings, your school will be receiving a completely new voice over IP (VoIP) telephone system in the coming months.  You will receive not only a new phone gateway, but also all new phone sIT in your offices and classrooms.  This packet is designed to describe the upgrade process and explain the implications associated with the work that needs to be done on your campus.

Benefits:    Immediate:

  • Easier to move phones on your school campus – can be accomplished by school staff
  • Message waiting notification for teachers
  • Improved access to system reports and malicious call tracking
  • Improved campus access to phone system reporting and monitoring
  • Wi-Fi phones for campus mobility / roaming
  • Customer controllable phone set features
  • Advanced ad-hoc conferencing capabilities

Immediate:

  • Easier to move phones on your school campus – can be accomplished by school staff
  • Message waiting notification for teachers
  • Improved access to system reports and malicious call tracking
  • Improved campus access to phone system reporting and monitoring
  • Wi-Fi phones for campus mobility / roaming
  • Customer controllable phone set features
  • Advanced ad-hoc conferencing capabilities

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