- Tomahawk High School will get a technology upgrade.
The school won a $15,000 Project Innovate grant from Cellcom.
Now, student organizations get to decide how to spend the money.
Principal Scott Swenty said they're considering laptops, tablets and charging stations.
"It's a great resource for our students," Swenty said. "It's a tool teachers can use to prepare students for the 21st century, which we all know is changing on a daily basis with technology. So it's to keep cutting edge and give our students the skills they need to be competitive and prepared in the 21st century in their careers."
Tomahawk got one of the three Cellcom grants because it got the most votes.
National Honor Society member Hannah Schmit said they used technology like Facebook, Twitter, and texts to get people to vote.
"I'm hoping that it will better their education," Schmit said. "I know the resources we use right now with technology are great, so I'm hoping that can just give them the one step higher than what even our graduating class has."
Antigo High School got the highest number of votes and the grand prize of $30,000.
Merrill got $5,000 for second place.
Story By: Lex Gray