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All eighth-graders to get laptops next year
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Eighth-graders will be entering the technological age this coming year as they will be issued laptop computers in the first step toward going paperless in all Warren County schools.“This is the first step in transitioning from paper to digital textbooks,” said Director of Schools Bobby Cox concerning the plan that will be implemented during the coming 2015-16 school year. “These will be for the students to use and take home but they will have to return them at the end of the year since they are the property of the school system.”The school has chosen Chromebook as its vendor. Officials are looking at providing them to around 500 eighth-grade students in all the schools of Warren County.