Salem School Board goes paperless

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
The Salem School Board has chosen to go paperless in their monthly board meetings, with the exception of a few documents that have to be signed at every meeting. Board members use Chromebooks to access their Google Drive where the documents are uploaded by superintendent Wayne Guiltner. I am very proud of our board for making this move to a paperless board meeting. The paper saved reduces the waste and saves the district money. The Chromebooks are an older version that we use as backups for students, said Guiltner.

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