Tribune photo by Zach Spicer / Chrystal Street, far left, of Five-Star Technology Solutions talks to Crothersville teacher Andy Smith, center, and Crothersville school board member Ralph Hillenburg in the Tiger Tech Cage during the recent Tiger Tech Fair at Crothersville Junior-Senior High School. A ribbon-cutting was held that day for the Tiger Tech Cage, which is a new collaborative learning space at the school.
Tribune photo by Zach Spicer / Crothersville student Ean Hunt plays an educational game on a Promethean board during a demonstration at the recent Tiger Tech Fair at Crothersville Junior-Senior High School.
CROTHERSVILLE — Goodbye, shop room. Hello, Tiger Tech Cage.
Goodbye, worksheets. Hello, Promethean boards.
The newest technology continues to be integrated at Crothersville Junior-Senior High School, and it was all on display at last week’s Tiger Tech Fair.
The third annual event tripled in attendees to 250, and they went around to classrooms throughout the day for presentations and demonstrations. They also had the chance to check out one of the 18 vendors in the gymnasium as well as the new Tiger Tech Cage.
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