I.T. Director
Sean McDonald
(928) 402-6069

Technical Support
Michelle Powell
(928) 402-6098

Technical Chomebook Support
Savannah Herrera
(928) 402-5999


Get District Tech Support

The K12itc Help Desk is available via phone and chat, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Onsite I.T. office closed on Fridays.

For Phone Support, please call


For chat support or to submit a work ticket please visit


What is Albert?


Albert is a technology platform exclusively for K-12 schools. Within the Albert platform, you can set up printers and access share folders. In addition to the platform, the Albert team manages all your district's infrastructure (servers, wireless, switching, firewall) and keeps your district data secure and backed up.

Login to your Albert Account at:

Contact us

Welcome to the Globe Unified School District I.T. Support Page

Need Tech Support?

Contact the Help Desk


6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Phone: 855-512-8324 (toll-free) or 816-382-4840


24/7 Web Ticket: or

Albert Self-Help

Help Desk Support is now in the Albert Dashboard

End users are now able to access the Help Desk via the Albert Dashboard.

·     Login to

·     Click on the ticket icon under the new Support box.

·     Then Click “Open New Ticket”.

·     Fill out the Ticket Form with as much information as possible.

Click "Submit".



Browsing & Internet Safety Resources for Students

Google's 'Be Internet Awesome' program is designed to educate children about digital citizenship and online safety, empowering them to navigate the online world confidently.

The program offers various resources, including presentations and slides for staff, training materials for parents, and a free online game for students.

The program emphasizes five essential areas:

1. Be Internet Smart: Share With Care

2. Be Internet Alert: Don't Fall For Fake

3. Be Internet Strong: Secure Your Secrets

4. Be Internet Kind: It's Cool To Be Kind

5. Be Internet Brave: When In Doubt, Talk It Out

These key areas provide a framework for teaching children how to make wise decisions online, identify and avoid online scams and misinformation, protect their personal information, promote kindness and empathy, and seek guidance when faced with uncertainty.

By focusing on these aspects, 'Be Internet Awesome' aims to equip children with the knowledge and skills necessary to be responsible and safe digital citizens.

Visit the Be Internet Awesome site here!