Lebanon Reporter

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May 17, 2013

Parents learn more details of new LHS technology program

Lebanon — Parents of Lebanon High School students came filled with questions Wednesday evening to a parent meeting on the school’s new 1:1 technology initiative, which will place a new Macbook Air laptop computer in the hands of each student this fall.

Superintendent Dr. Robert Taylor kicked off the meeting by calling this “truly the beginning of one of the most exciting educational initiatives I have been involved with here at Lebanon.”

Taylor led the discussions along with LHS Principal Kevin O’Rourke, corporation Director of Technical Services Chad Martin, and Michael Reynolds, assistant principal at LHS and Lebanon Middle School.

First and foremost, O’Rourke said, this is a big transition for everyone, including himself.

For more of the story, see Friday's Lebanon Reporter.

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