How can parents be sure that their children are doing what they are supposed to with their school-provided computer? After all, the â€śInternet generationâ€ť was so named for a reason: they tend to be more technology-inclined than their parents. The fact has not gone unaddressed by area schools.
â€śWe are giving (students) a device to take home that could be harmful to them,â€ť said Culver Community High School principal Albert Hanselman.
Now that one-to-one allows students to take their computers home, parents may experience some worry about how to monitor their childâ€™s computer time.
PLYMOUTH â€” If things continue to keep falling in place, Plymouth could be the site of a Little 500 Go-Cart race in August of next year.
FOP Lodge 195 has been researching the possibility of holding go-cart races in the downtown area. It has been more than 15 years since that type of race was held here.
Heading up the initial fact finding on the particulars of what a race would entail are FOP members Joe Reed and Phil Scott. Reed has made trips to various towns in and out of the state to observe races and meet with promoters.