The school board approved a contract recently with Gaggle.Net, a Web-based hosted e-mail service for K-12 education.
"Primarily, we are targeting [grades] nine through 12," Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum Rebecca Fleck said Friday.
Details of exactly which students will get an e-mail account have yet to be worked out.
"We are still working on the procedure and policy," Fleck said. "We don't know that we are going to automatically assign an e-mail address to every student. No student will get one,...