LaRue County High School students will step into a new world of teaching and learning Saturday when they receive laptop computers.
Students and their parents need to be in the high school gymnasium at 10 a.m. as the 725 Dell computers will be distributed, according to Paul Mullins, principal.
Though the laptop initiative boosts LCHS into the realm of high tech learning, Mullins emphasized that the definitive word is “learning.”
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