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APS Board approves purchases for school year

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The Artesia Public Schools board met in the Lowell M. Irby Board Room in the Artesia Public Schools Administration Building on Monday to approve the purchase of many items for the upcoming school year.
Juan Saiz, Assistant Superintendent and Director of Operations reported the need of sixty laptop computers, smart boards, a vacant dirt lot adjacent to Grand Heights Early Childhood Center, and furniture for the boys and girls coaches offices at the Artesia Junior High School. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.
Saiz said the two sets of thirty laptops each placed in their own mobile labs would be purchased from Tech Depot at a total cost of $30,664.50.
“One computer lab would be going to the Junior High and one would be going to the Intermediate school,” said Saiz. “They can be checked out by any classroom and be used for any subject.”
John Ross Null, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, said the mobile laptop lab will provide a better chance of computer interaction for the students at both the Junior High and Zia.
“It is difficult with the number of students and the number of classrooms to utilize the [non-mobile] computer labs,” Null said. “There’s a lot more flexibility for teachers to access computers for classroom activities.”

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