The Lynchburg City School Board is expected to vote today on plans to create a new criminology program for the division. According to media outlets, if the proposal passes, new program at E. C. Glass High School would be offered for students interested in careers in law, law enforcement, public safety, corrections and security. Heritage High School students could travel to Glass to participate. The school board is also expected to vote on upgrades to its student information systems. The information system currently used by the school division is 14 years old and the superintendent recommends replacement.