The following article was originally published in the October 2013 print issue of Orange County Breeze. A digital version of that print edition can be read through our digital archive.
On Oct. 11, at 9 a.m., students and staff at Steve Luther School, part of the Cypress School District, will give the community an opportunity to celebrate with them their grand re-opening.
This event will allow the District to showcase the improvements made possible through modernization funds from the Measure M General Obligation Bond approved by voters in 2008.
Luther is the fourth school in the Cypress School District to be modernized.
In addition to major infrastructure improvements throughout the campus, the project boasts SMARTBoard technology in every classroom, new computers school-wide, new classroom and lab printers, a new computer server, Reading Counts! and Study Island software, an electronic marquee, a computerized check-out system in the library, and new playground equipment.
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