Regional Information Center
The Suffolk Regional Information Center (RIC), in conjunction with other RICs across the state, provides component school districts with a wide array of technology tools and solutions. These high-quality programs and services are designed to provide districts with the most cost-effective and efficient technologies available.
The RIC continues to be a regional leader in technology by offering a variety of services in support of instructional and administrative software and systems. Financial and District Services provides services and customer support for fiscal and administrative management software for financial applications, election management, cafeteria point of sale, capital projects, facilities management, document imaging, emergency notification systems, language interpretation services, and various other administrative platforms. Also offered are Data Privacy and Security Services, secure email service, email archiving, School Safety and Educational Climate (SSEC) reporting, and administrative district integration platforms. The enhanced Virtual Learning service provides opportunities for credit recovery, credit bearing, home-bound instruction, and blended courses/content, in addition to a large variety of K-12 video conferencing opportunities. LAN/WAN/ Network/Technical Infrastructure Management and Support Services provide internet access and fiber WAN services, hosted NOC management solutions, and security and surveillance services. Technology Acquisition Services awards opportunities for the procurement of one-time and multi-year administrative and instructional hardware/ software options, and network printer projects.
The Student Data Services program provides support and training for student information systems as well as special education software, test scoring, data warehouse, required state data reporting, and student data analysis.
The Suffolk RIC is located at the Instructional Support Center @ Sequoya High School, 750 Waverly Avenue, Holtsville, NY 11742.
Suffolk Regional Information Center Director