Ringgold buys computers

  • November 22, 2012

NEW EAGLE – Ringgold School Board on Tuesday agreed to purchase 30 new computers for a lab at the high school at a cost of $40,000, which also will cover the price of new computer stations.

The decision was reached in a unanimous vote to create more opportunities for students to use computers in the high school library.

The board also scheduled its reorganization meeting for 7 p.m. Dec. 4, followed by a special meeting for general purposes.


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