As reported in the Bay Times, public middle school students in Queen Anne’s County will have new laptops in the coming school year, along with new textbooks. As described,
In their final budget work session for the 2015 fiscal year budget, the Queen Anne’s County Board of Commissioners voted to fund a technology upgrade, new textbooks, sound system upgrades and new security cameras for school buses from their capital fund balance on Tuesday, May 20.
Commissioner David Dunmyer suggested funding all four items, which were deemed the most necessary items to the Queen Anne’s County Board of Education, and the commissioners voted unanimously to approve the measure. The total cost of the funded items is about $1,626,711.
For more information, see the full story from the Bay Times.