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Every K-12 classroom, as well as the libraries, at the Central main campus are being equipped with new 75-inch interactive learning panels. The Coosa County Science and Technology campus was equipped with the new panels when they re-opened in the fall. The Newline 75-inch Q Series high performance interactive learning panels are an upgrade from the previous SMART boards.
The new learning panels allow multiple students to interact with the panel at the same time, and the panels do not need to be re-oriented on a regular basis. USB ports are located directly on the panel, and the panel includes 20-watt speakers, as well as a crystal clear display panel, with built-in WiFi that charges connected laptops, as well as embedded App Store and an ability to set-up multiple users’ profiles.
Pictured are Technology Coordinator Caleb Whorton and technology assistant Kenton Rodgers removing old boards and ninth grader Reese Lee using the interactive pen and touch screen options. Everyone is excited for the upgrade, especially for the classrooms where the old SMART boards were in need of repairs.