Tech upgrades for Pennsylvania district

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Various schools in the Nazareth Area School District soon will have technology upgrades as a result of $175,000 in expenditures for new equipment.

The expenditures, approved tonight by the school board, are part of the district's five-year technology plan. The equipment is being provided by a state contract and funded through the board's capital projects fund for technology.

The upgrades include $127,970 worth of wireless systems throughout Nazareth Area High School and Nazareth Area Intermediate School to address Internet "dead zones," said district Superintendent Dennis Riker.

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