As reported August 28 in the Sun Current newspaper, under the leadership of a new administration, the Richfield Public Schools board members will move to a paperless system to save almost 50 percent over the old system. To facilitate the move to electronic distribution, each of the six board members will receive laptop computers from the district, at a cost of $676 each, for a total of $4,056. Under Director of Technology Anthony Padrnos’ plan, the computers will be replaced every three years. Read the full story here.
The Richfield Chamber has been paperless since 2012! We salute the leadership of School District 280 on implementing this cost effective, green and efficient technology solution! If you’re interested in going paperless, read this article from PC Magazine online.