CLEVES, Ohio -- More than 2,000 students are headed back to a brand new state-of-the-art campus in Cleves Monday morning.
Three Rivers Educational campus, a $63 million dollar project, will house students from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade and will take technology to a new level as the state gets ready to convert all testing to online by 2014.
Not only are most of the textbooks now online, but also each teacher will have an audio system in the classroom with wireless microphones.
The classrooms will be equipped with interactive smart projectors and smart boards.
Teachers will have an iPad as well as a laptop that will act as the teacher control station and allow the teacher to control lights, sound and the projector.
The Three Rivers School District closed Taylor High School, its middle school and its two elementary schools for good after the 2013 school year and now all students will report to the new school.
The district currently serves 1,833 students from Addyston, North Bend, Cleves and Miami Township.
9 On Your Side reporter Mario Ramirez contributed to this report.
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