SEAFORD, Del. - A local high school unveils their latest tech upgrades.
Seaford High School laid out their plans for the first of several stages related to Delaware New Tech Academy on Thursday, which is complete with collaboration spaces for students, wide-open Integrated classrooms and updated instructional technology.
WMDT spoke with school officials and students about what these upgrades mean for them.
"They actually learn and experience and create which is really the way to master the curriculum and the information," said Ina Wolf, director for Del. New Tech Academy at Seaford High School.
"Our three rules are trust, respect and responsibility and to be responsible you also have to police yourself as well as police others in college and in the real world you have to police yourself," said senior Tavar Jones.
Also on tap for the school, a new agriscience laboratory and culinary arts room with a kitchen and bakery.