Brookfield Public Schools

Business & Technology Office



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The Office of Business and Technology Operations is a district-wide organization responsible for the planning, organizing, coordinating and directing the business, finance, technology, plant operations, transportation and food services operations of the school district.

Normal business hours are from 7:00AM to 5:00PM and staff members may be reached during these times either by phone or e-mail.

Key responsibilities of the Business and Technology Operation are listed below:


  • Management of all business affairs for the district, including payroll, accounts payable.
  • Management of insurance and health benefit programs.
  • Approval of all vouchers authorizing expenditures of monies.
  • Serves as the treasurer of student activity funds.
  • Long-range financial planning and development of the budget.
  • Management and control of all major capital projects.
  • Support the Superintendent in interpreting and presenting the school budget to the Board of Education, other town committees and the community.
  • Works closely with the Town of Brookfield Controller's Office and elected Town boards.

 Purchasing and Supply Management

  • Management of  the district’s purchasing processes for supplies, equipment and services necessary for the operation of the school system.
  • Oversee the competitive bid process when required.
  • Maintenance of the district’s inventory of district supplies and equipment.

 Facilities and Plant Operations

  • Supervision of school buildings including maintenance, repair and renovation of all facilities, to ensure a clean and safe environment.

 Food Services Program

  • Administration of the food service program district-wide
  • Management of the district’s food service vendor - Whitson's.


  • Management of the district’s transportation vendor - All-Star Transportation.


  • Planning, implementation, support and administration of all technology operations.
  • Annual evaluation of the district's instructional technology programs.
  • Development, implementation and update of the District’s Technology Plan.
  • Formulation and administration of the district-wide technology budget.
  • Development of guidelines governing the purchase and installation of technology equipment.
  • Management of Channel 17 and the district website.