Princeton schools look for your help
PRINCETON — The Princeton Public Schools Foundation has mailed more than 600 letters seeking support for a foundation project to provide increased technology options for the Princeton Elementary School and the Princeton High School districts.
Though the main focus of the fundraising effort is technology, the foundation also has ongoing needs for its scholarship funds and grants distributed to classrooms, PPS Foundation Vice President Beth Bickerman said.
The items requested by the teachers most recently are interactive whiteboards, called SmartBoards or Apple TV/iPad combination, Bickerman said, adding these interactive whiteboards are basically similar setups which offer interaction between students and teachers and give the instructor the freedom to monitor students while not being “tied” to the projector.
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