MOORE CO. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS RECEIVE CHROMEBOOKS AS PART OF INITIATIVE
Students at one Moore County High School are now able to put down the paper and pencil and work solely with technology. On Friday, a group of students at North Moore High School in Robbins were given Chromebooks as part of the county's one-to-one computer initiative. For science teacher Kate Dunkelgod, these new Chromebooks placed in each one of her student's hands means they will now learn and engage even more." This is paperless, which I love as a teacher. So one student will have the lab report up on one screen and on the other screen, the simulation or the lab will keep going and they can talk and interact together,” said science teacher Kate Dunkelgod. It's all part of a pilot program to figure out which devices students like best, and by 2016, the district plans to give a computer device to each student in Moore County Schools, preparing each one of them for the road ahead.