Paperless Packets for the Waukesha School Board?

Superintendent Todd Gray says the district is looking into the possibility.

With the costs of iPads and Netbooks decreasing, the Waukesha School Board could eventually become paperless.

The will begin exploring the possibility of electronic packets, according to Superintendent Todd Gray. Agendas and documents would be delivered via the Internet instead of its current practice of board members receiving paper packets.

In addition to staff time putting the packets together and delivering the documents to board members, the paper savings would outweigh the cost, according to Gray.

“It would be a lot cheaper,” commented Board Member Barb Brzenk.

michaelm January 18, 2012 at 05:30 AM
Only after the students and teachers go paperless. They all have laptops already let them use those instead.


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