Internet Assistance

The Affordable Connectivity Program provides a monthly discount on broadband service of up to $30 per eligible household

 For additional information, please refer to FCC's Affordable Connectivity Program website.

Cox Communications Connect2Compete Program can be accessed here:

Low-cost student internet​

Home internet is an essential tool for today’s education. Through Connect2Compete, Cox opens a world of opportunity for families with K-12 students by providing affordable, home internet with wifi.


Applicants may need to provide documentation for eligibility. No credit check or social security number is required to apply. Visit the link above for more information.

Mid-Del Tech Training Youtube Channel

IT Department:

Erin Rennick White, Executive Director of Technology
(405) 737-4461 Send Email

Charlie Shelden, Director of Information Technology
(405) 737-4461 Send Email


The Information Technology department provides the backbone for telecommunications throughout the Mid-Del district of 3 high (6A & 5A), 3 middle, 15 elementary, alternative, tech center, & virtual schools in addition to the administrative and support facilities. The technical team is comprised of systems administrators, help desk, phone, and computer technicians. From wireless access and network ports in every classroom and office, through a robust switching network, to content filtered internet access, connectivity is provided for computers, phones, and other portable devices.

Working with the Federal Communications Commission and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Mid-Del receives over $1,000,000.00 annually under the E-Rate federal funding program and the Oklahoma Universal Services Fund for providing telecommunications services to our students, faculty, and staff. Local bond resolutions have enabled Mid-Del Schools to develop a state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure capable of handling the ever-growing electronic information requirements for supporting education in the 21st century.

Some of the ongoing initiatives for the Mid-Del Information Technology department include:

  • Align technology with academic initiatives in new, renovated, and existing schools

  • Review, update, and enforce technology related board policies

  • Implement/operate primary and alternate data centers for district

  • Develop RFPs and execute source selection for major technology procurements

  • Ensure EOI and OCCT state-level testing is administered in the most efficient manner

  • Facilitate implementation of major and minor technology grant purchases

  • Enforce compliance of hardware and software asset management and tracking


The goal of our Instructional Technology Department is to assist teachers in learning how to “teach” with technology. This will involve going beyond the basics to learn how to use technology to enhance your classroom instruction. Our goal is to show how technology tools will benefit you and your students.

In order to schedule and facilitate trainings, we have added a “Technology Training Request” ticket to our website. The link to this ticket request can be located on this page, as well as under the “For Staff” column on our district website. You can request to schedule a training in the following areas:

  1. Canvas – Learning the components of this Learning Management System

  2. Google Drive - Google Drive, Docs, Slides, Spreadsheets, Forms, and Calendar

  3. Google Cast – streaming your laptop to all of your students’ computer

  4. Newline – new interactive boards

  5. Other technology tools – (smartboard, document cameras, etc.)

  6. Seesaw - a digital portfolio/learning activity platform

We will also upload videos on our instructional technology website. These short videos are quick walkthroughs for various technology tools. You may share ideas for future videos, trainings, and website content on our “Technology to Teaching” request ticket. 

Our trainings will designed to be interactive and hands-on with the technology. One of our goals is that you leave the training with a good understanding of how to use the technology. The other goal is that you walk away from each training with technology strategies that you can immediately implement into your classroom instruction.

Please call us (405-737-4461 x 1254) if you have any questions.

Canvas Tutorial Videos

Creating an Assignment

Syncing Grades to Power School

Canvas: Student View

Canvas: Importing Content

Embedding a Youtube Video

Recording a Video in Canvas Studio