Murrieta Valley Unified School District - MVUSD is located in Murrieta, California on the southwestern edge of Riverside County. The district’s award‑winning academic program educates 23,385 students from transitional kindergarten through high school at 20 campuses. With passage of a modernization bond measure in 2014, the district embarked on a major renovation of its school buildings, including the installation of classroom AV systems.
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Manor Independent School District is a rapidly growing, diverse district near Austin, Texas. It serves over 8,700 students at two high schools, two middle schools, eight elementary schools, and one alternative academy. Located 12 miles northeast of Austin, a hub of the high-tech industry, the district is focused on providing 21st century skills to help students thrive in today’s world.
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Lake County Schools in Central Florida operates more than 50 schools and serves more than 40,000 students. The district recently completed a multi-year project that included the installation of Extron AV systems in classrooms at several schools such as Sorrento Elementary, Gray Middle School, Lake Minneola High School, Sawgrass Elementary, and Mount Dora Middle School. Classrooms at Eustis Heights Elementary, the latest school to be upgraded, were outfitted with PlenumVault Digital systems from Extron.
Twenty-first century schools with state-of-the-art audio visual technology are giving Long Beach Unified School District students the edge they will need to compete in a global economy. With the newest Extron WallVault AV systems, students at Nelson Academy and McBride High School can easily see and hear teachers and each other in an interactive, collaborative classroom environment.
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The Forestville Union School District, located in a small Northern California community, is comprised of a single school with 360 students in grades K-8. In November 2010, Forestville successfully passed Measure K, a $5.1 million bond intended for health and safety improvements, modernizing and renovating classrooms, improving energy efficiency, improving technology, and upgrading computers.
North Penn identified a need to upgrade several of its schools and to simplify the management of classroom technology. With only three individuals dedicated to technology and a restricted budget, the district set out to improve the teacher’s experience in the classroom and simplify the management of AV technology.
The Indian River School District in Florida serves over 18,000 students in 27 schools. District officials recently sought a way to integrate their existing classroom AV technology to make it easier to use and support. Extron PoleVault and VoiceLift Systems provided all of the capabilities they were seeking and a few additional benefits and capabilities they weren’t expecting.
Franklin County Schools, headquartered in Louisburg, North Carolina, has 14 K-12 schools and is experiencing steady growth in student population. Committed to creating a 21st century learning environment, Franklin County administrators recently sought a solution for upgrading their classroom audio/video technology. They chose to install Extron PoleVault Classroom AV Systems and deploy GlobalViewer Enterprise software to streamline system management and support.
Poway Unified School District is located just outside of San Diego, California. The district covers 100 square miles and encompasses 38 schools, two district offices, and more than 34,000 students. With the help of a modernization bond measure, the district began planning a major renovation of its buildings, including the installation of classroom AV systems.
The newly constructed Painted Hills Middle School in Desert Hot Springs, California is the first middle school to be built in the Palm Springs Unified School District in 17 years, so the District wanted to ensure that construction, including the school’s AV system, was perfectly executed.
South Ridge School in Culver, Minnesota, which opened its doors in September, 2011, is an ultramodern educational institution that uses such cutting-edge technologies as interactive whiteboards, school-wide Wi-Fi, iPads, and advanced emergency visual notification systems. In keeping with this high-tech approach, the school installed Extron WallVault Systems to handle classroom AV.
Leander Independent School District encompasses more than 200 square miles and is one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas. The district serves approximately 32,000 students on 37 campuses that include technology-enabled classrooms. Managing the audiovisual technologies in these classrooms would be a sizable task for almost any organization. But, Benny Bello, the district’s only full-time AV/Network Cabling and Infrastructure Technician, handles it all with the assistance of Extron PoleVault Systems and GlobalViewer Enterprise software.