One local high school has dedicated themselves to implementing the latest technology in the classroom.
Lincoln Community High School has followed the recent wave of ever-changing technology in recent years. Superintendent Robert Bagby notes nearly every computer on site is less than four years old. He adds the School Board has put aside funds to fulfill requests for certain items. Several technology grants will also be pursued by teachers this school year.
Bagby stresses even though more could always be done in the classroom, he's currently satisfied with the state of technology at LCHS. There have been less textbooks bought in recent years, which paves the way for more technology to enter the school.
Bagby mentions most technology also needs a trial-and-error period. He feels the students and teacher have provided great feedback on new items brought in to LCHS.