More interactive white boards are coming to Houston County classrooms.
On Tuesday, the school board approved the purchase of 50 interactive white boards -- 30 replacement and 20 new -- for $117,794, according to an email from Beth McLaughlin, director of community and school affairs.
Board members also authorized a capital application to obtain about $363,690 in state funds for heating and air conditioning renovations at Miller Elementary School, McLaughlin said. The project is scheduled to begin around October.
In addition, Scott Hill was named director of facilities for Houston County, and Ovedia Dugger-Glover was named principal of Hilltop Elementary School, McLaughlin said.