On hand for the Chromebook presentation at Cleveland High School were, from left, Amy Stanley, Digital Learning Team; John Wood, journalism teacher at Cleveland High; Jamie Lanier, Digital Learning Team; and Anthony Whitaker, assistant principal at Cleveland High.
On hand for the Chromebook presentation at Cleveland High School were, from left, Amy Stanley, Digital Learning Team; John Wood, journalism teacher at Cleveland High; Jamie Lanier, Digital Learning Team; and Anthony Whitaker, assistant principal at Cleveland High. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
On hand for the Chromebook presentation at Cleveland High School were, from left, Amy Stanley, Digital Learning Team; John Wood, journalism teacher at Cleveland High; Jamie Lanier, Digital Learning Team; and Anthony Whitaker, assistant principal at Cleveland High. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

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November 03, 2014 07:53 AM

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