The Tryon Daily Bulletin of Tryon, N.C., reports that the local district, Polk County Schools, is giving its newest middle school a major technology infusion. The Polk County Board of Education has approved more than $350,000 in spending to give the school integrated audio/video classrooms, structural cabling, a new voice communications system, a paging system, an integrated clock system, and video surveillance equipment. All of these items should be in place by the time school opens in late August.
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