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Why the World Needs Satellite Internet by Angelica Sharma

Why the World Needs Satellite Internet by Angelica Sharma

Angelica Sharma, Guest Writer October 25, 2021

Why the World Needs Satellite Internet by Angelica Sharma Satellite Internet can close the digital divide and connect the world in an efficient, economical manner. The Problem: Why We Need Universal...

Microsoft shows off the new Windows 10 Start menu. Release to manufacturing is currently targeted from June 2015

Microsoft announces Windows 10

Brynne Herzfeld, Staff Writer March 20, 2015
Microsoft introduced its user preview of Windows 10 on January 23 in Redmond, WA, merging the Windows 8 style with the more familiar Windows 7 navigation.
Junior David Dinh works on his “Quest” physics homework. Trouble with access can make these assignments a burden.

My computer ate my homework

Eryn Lyle, Staff Writer March 17, 2015
As our school and many others begin moving toward a more web-based homework system, it is becoming apparent that there are several issues that need to be resolved.
The  new ThinkCentre M93z All-in-One-Desktop computer.

New computers installed over winter break

Samuel Teas, Staff Writer January 28, 2015

A district-wide upgrade installed all-new computers at CRHS during Winter Break. The introduction of these new computers was part of the District Retrofit Cycle, which occurs every five years. Phases...

Proposed designs for the second stadium include 14,000 seats, a field house, a banquet room, and enough space to hold playoff games.

Update: Katy ISD voters reject bond for second stadium, Ag center, STEM center

Emily Burleson, News Editor November 21, 2013

Residents in Katy ISD voted to reject a $99 million bond proposal that would fund a new football stadium and activities complex, an Agricultural Sciences Center and a STEM research and building center. Controversy...

Firewall changes ignite frustration

Staff October 16, 2013

At the beginning of the school year a new firewall was put in place of the old. This put more restrictions on what content students have access to in their school day. On Sept. 16 students and teachers...

Cisco camera crew films technology in classes

Trevor Nichols, staff writer May 24, 2012

A filming crew arrived at Cinco Ranch recently to film a story about KatyISD’s technology programs. On Friday, May 18, a branch of Cisco Systems, Inc. sent the camera crew to focus mainly on AP Government...

Technology vs. old school

Molly Wade, Staff Writer February 9, 2012

Students have complained about textbooks for years. However, this could change due to new devices and innovations in technology. According to ABC 13 online news, Fort Bend ISD has proposed spending $18...

District relaxes cell phone, personal technology policy

Taral Patel, News Editor August 30, 2011

On the first day of school throughout Katy ISD, students rejoiced at the acceptance of personal technology devices (laptop, netbook, cell phone, tablet, etc.) during lunches, breaks, or even in classes...

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