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Fremont Public Schools Board Approves Technology Procurement

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May 15, 2024

The Fremont Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved the purchases of various technology devices and equipment for the 2024-2025 school year during their meeting on Monday night, May 13. FPS Technology Director Cliff Huss presented a quick overview of the purchases, which will be funded by both the General Fund and the Special Building Fund Bond Proceeds account. Huss explained that these items are necessary to fulfill the technology requirements of multiple bond projects that the district is currently working on.

In a 5-0 vote, the board authorized the purchase of several items for different school campuses. This included a projector and sound bar with installation, mounting, and cabling for a cost of $33,150 for Deer Pointe, Washington, Howard, and Linden elementary schools, as well as the Johnson Crossing Academic Center. Additionally, they approved the acquisition of several 75-inch large screen televisions for Deer Pointe, Washington, Howard elementary schools, and the Fremont High School Career and Technical Education Center for $55,000. A 12-foot by 16-foot video wall made up of 16 different 55-inch televisions for the FHS CTE Center was also approved at a cost of $78,219.79. Lastly, the board agreed to purchase more exterior door/entryway card access control systems to enhance campus security efforts at the high school CTE Center for $56,078.36.

Overall, these purchases aim to support and improve the technology infrastructure across various school campuses in the Fremont Public Schools district.

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