(Neb.)-New Technology On Its Way At Chadron Public Schools
(CHADRON)-There was a lot going on at Chadron school board last night. New technology is soon going to be making its way into Chadron Public Schools. School technology director Uati Paopao says by the end of the semester, new iPads will have been introduced to all teachers and staff as well as all grades of high school students. The iPads will eventually serve as textbook, notepad, and storage device for students with the information being stored, such as presentations, papers, and data, being transferable and accessible elsewhere after students graduate.
Also at school board, Dr. Caroline Winchester shared several recent highlights, including an initial long-term list of budgeted expenditures, and the exciting news that the school is setting its sights on district-wide accreditation in the near future and is also taking steps with Chadron State College to strengthen their agricultural offerings for students and establish a Future Farmers of America group at the school. We’ll have more news from school board coming up later.
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