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Web storage winner named

School Web Lockers announced Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Georgia as the grand prize winner in the School Web Lockers  Supreme Storage Makeover Grant Contest.
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School Web Lockers announced Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Georgia as the grand prize winner in the School Web Lockers Supreme Storage Makeover Grant Contest. Lowndes won the grand prize based on its entry describing the ongoing storage challenges faced by its 200 certified teachers and 3,000 students. Six other schools and school districts in California, New York, Texas and Ohio earned recognition for their entries.

Offering 24/7 access to classroom data from any Internet location, School Web Lockers provides each user with a secure, password-protected Web locker, or digital drop box. School Web Lockers is priced at $1.00 per user per year, and offers unlimited data storage.

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