District plans upgrade with $400,000 loan for laptops



A $400,000 loan from the state will help Seymour Community School Corp. expand its technology offerings to students next school year.

School board trustees agreed to borrow the money from the Common School Loan Fund.

The money is available to public schools for investment in technology only, but it’s up to each corporation to decide what type of technology to purchase and who will use it.

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