New Promethean boards grace CHS classrooms

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New Promethean boards grace CHS classrooms

Elizabeth Campbell

Elizabeth Campbell

Elizabeth Campbell

By Elizabeth Campbell, Production Editor

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Seven new promethean boards were set up in classrooms around the school during the semester exam break. Five of the new boards were purchased by the Educational Foundation with money from fundraisers, and two were bought by the PTSA with money from the Brag Brick fund which had been earmarked for technology.

The new boards were dedicated to CHS in a ceremony held Jan. 28 at the school by Educational Foundation Chairperson Laura Siegel. The ceremony included the cutting of a ribbon around one of the new boards and a tutorial on how to use the new boards led by staff development teacher Deanna Svreck.

After the instillation of the seven boards only three CHS classrooms are without boards. Siegel’s goal is to eventually get boards installed in all classrooms.

“The boards will provide quality to all the classrooms,” Siegel said. “They will make it easier for all the teachers to teach their lessons.”