The District 233 school board approved spending $234,000 to update Homewood-Flossmoor High School’s data center and firewall to keep computer systems current and functioning properly.
The board took action at its May 19 meeting, approving a technology budget of $662,046.
Steve Richardson, assistant director of the H-F Technology Department, told the Chronicle the data center “is the heart of our internal network. The data center handles many functions such as user authentication, data storage, archival data, our student management system, and database applications. This is a crucial component in . . .