District saves money on tech upgrades
Camas schools work to provide greater access
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
By ordering computers earlier in the year, using open-source software and purchasing larger servers, the Camas School District saved approximately $230,000 in technology costs.
"Thinking outside the box this year has saved hundreds of thousands and has increased our student-to-computer ratios district wide, allowing students more access to technology at school and from home," said Sherman Davis, server administrator for the district.
Davis gave a technology update at a recent School Board meeting.