Four schools in the GLOW region will be receiving money for technology upgrades as part of a state-funded Smart Schools Bond Act.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that $94 million would be given to 131 school districts and five special education schools that submitted Smart Schools Investment Plans.
The big winner locally was Byron-Bergen Central School, which will be receiving a total of $708,514.
Of that, $640,744 will go to hi-tech security. The rest will be uses for connectivity.
Other schools receiving funds:
n Attica Central School, $3,797 for security.
n Medina, $235,256 for security.
n Pavilion, $45,100 for security.
The Smart Schools Bond Act was started in 2014, with plans to eventually fund $2 billion for technology in schools. Voters authorized the act.