Oregon-Davis School Board Approves Technology Plan

 The Oregon-Davis School Board members approved a three-year technology plan during their regular meeting Monday night.

Superintendent Greg Briles said a computer will be in the hands of every student.

“We’re looking at putting iPad Minis in our Kindergarten through second grade students’ hands, full-sized iPads for three through eight and laptops for nine through twelve students. In doing so, we will also have portable labs with the full-size computer laptops for the students to utilize if they need to for testing and other activities throughout the school year,” explained Briles.