Changes in store for next school year
Board members discuss iPads, more cameras in schools
Despite a last minute change form Aurora Heights to Emerson Hough, the members of the Newton Community School Board of Education came prepared and went over a vast amount of topics in the nearly three-hour meeting.
First up under the superintendent’s report was the expected arrival date of the new iPads as a part of the 1:1 Initiative.
“Teachers will actually be receiving their new devices this Wednesday,” NCSD Superintendent Steve McDermott said. “They are pretty excited about that. We have a meeting Tuesday morning with the Apple people working on the step-by-step process. But we are getting there.”
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