The first official web server in the Lexington public schools includes fun stuff like Cookie Castle, the fourth-grade cookie store that takes orders from the WWW. And, you can learn Lexington's Colonial History from the elementary school perspective.
Here is some brief information about the Lexington Information Network which connects all the schools to the Internet over the municipal Cable TV infrastructure. This Press release was issued by BBN and describes their support of the Lexington project.
The town has created this Acceptable Use Policy which must be read & signed by students in the Lexington schools, and signed by their parent or guardian, before they can use the Internet in school.
The Sturtevant's House
Reed Sturtevant <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last update: October 26, 1996