Burley High School Receiving New Computers


By KMVT News

Burley, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) Burley High School teachers are receiving 300 up to date computers.

There were four companies that submitted bids for the replacement of the computers.

Tek-Hut, Incorporated of Twin Falls submitted the lowest bid.

Each computer will cost roughly seven hundred dollars... totaling around 211-thousand dollars.

The school used money from the levy that was set aside last August.

Teachers are more than ecstatic to get new computers, seeing that it can only help in the classroom.

“You know everybody get a really slow computer. It just makes life a lot easier when it's quicker,” explains Clint Milliron, economics and government teacher.

Some of the computers may be salvaged and replace older computers in the student computer lab.

The computers will start easing their way into the school starting in March.

They will all be renewed in August.

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