School District buys new scoreboards, classroom equipment

Photo showing the scoreboard at Ola High School football stadium. Several schools will begin to receive new scoreboards (Clayton Carte photo).
(Clayton Carte photo)

The Henry County School Board held their monthly meeting on November 14. During the meeting, the board approved about $2 million dollars worth of new athletic scoreboards and classroom equipment.

The classroom equipment includes elementary school STEM lab furniture as well as K-12 arts equipment. Several high schools will also receive updated computers and tech equipment for their technology and film classrooms.


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