Lafayette Wins Best Practice Award

Lafayette High School recently received a "Best Practices" award from the Virginia Student Training and Refurbishment (VA STAR) program. LHS was one of three schools that received this award out of a total of sixty that participate. Through the VA STAR program schools acquire discarded technology such as laptop computers, students refurbish them, and the computers are donated back to the community. This is the third year Lafayette has participated in the VA STAR program under the guidance of Richard Aadahl. In that time over 120 computers and 41 printers have been placed back in service.

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