Immediate effort financed the upgrade/replacement of 22 computers in the high school Media Center. Replaces old Windows-based technology with Chromeboxes and large LED screens, using cloud-based computing. This configuration conforms with the School District’s evolving technology architecture. It will be more cost effective and easier to administer and control, and will give the students and faculty access to school work from school, home or mobile devices over a more secure environment. This new configuration will facilitate digital collaboration among students and teachers on documents, and will also provide faster and more efficient platforms for accomplishing research on the internet and taking on-line standardized tests, such as the PARCC. Longer term plan is to accomplish additional technology upgrades in the high school Media Center and to support Media Center projects for the Middle school and the grammar schools to bring them more in line with 21st century library/media center capabilities and functionality.