As contractors work to finish installing wiring which will connect computers to every Lodi High school classroom, the state selected the other Lodi Unified School District high schools to receive more than $1.6 million in state technology grants.
Tokay, Bear Creek and Liberty high schools are slated to receive the Digital High School program grants in the 1999-2000 school year, while Plaza Robles Continuation High School will be funded the following year. The program, now in its third fiscal year, has helped Lodi High to fund wire installation for a computer network, new computers, software and equipment and teacher training.
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