New technology items are coming to Danbury High School. As part of the district's Education Cost Sharing grant budget, they are funding a technology lease to replace teacher laptops, provide laptop carts for students and projectors for classroom instruction. The lease is a direct replacement for the current technology lease, which will be ending this summer. School District Finance Director Joe Martino says they have been purchasing chromebooks to allow more equipment to be placed in the hands of students and provide a platform that is easier for staff to support. The total financing is $75,000 over five years, with an estimated payment of $163,000 per year. The cost includes 13 Macbook Air computers, 769 Chromebooks, 260 desktop computers, 160 classroom projectors and 5 charging carts.