Manhattan-Ogden schools will get a boost in internet services and network access.
With sparse discussion, the USD 383 school board on Wednesday approved switching to WTC of Wamego to provide internet services at a speed of 10 gigabytes for a monthly charge of $4,325. The district’s current provider is KanNet, through Unite Private Networks, a company based in Kansas City, Missouri, which is has used for the past six years. For the same speed, USD 383 pays $6,495 with its current provider. The length of the contract is one year.
The board also approved a Wide Area Network contract as