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story.lead_photo.caption Gentry School Board member Dani Cypert looks at the board packet on an iPad during the Monday night school board meeting. The board was considering going paperless as a money-saving measure. - Photo by Randy Moll

School board members got their first look at going paperless during Monday night’s board meeting, viewing meeting agendas and the full 232-page board packet in a digital format on iPads used by school administrative staff and on a large flat-screen monitor on the board-room wall.

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News, Pages 1 on 01/18/2012

Print Headline: Gentry board tries new technology

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