Technology will be the gift that high school students in the second largest school in the district will receive when they return from winter break. The Millard Public School district is going to issue all high school students laptop computers when they return from winter break. This means that Nebraska?s third-largest school district will join the growing list of districts that are implementing one-to-one computer programs.
The term one-to-one means the Millard district will put a single, district-owned computer in the hands of each high school student. In the process of this much anticipated roll out of technology, the district will phase out shared classroom computers and high school computer labs. The current lab and classroom computers that have not been aged out will filter down into the middle