“When school starts in August, every student at Kelly Walsh High School will have a new Apple MacBook laptop computer,” Jasa Santos reports for The Casper Star-Tribune.
“Roughly 1,400 computers are being distributed to KW students and staff members, as the school transitions into a 1-to-1, high access environment,” Santos reports.
“The computers are part of a $3.8 million lease purchase agreement Natrona County School District made with Apple Computers [sic]. The agreement was approved by the district’s school board in June,” Santos reports.
“More than 3,000 computers were purchased through the agreement and will be distributed to elementary, junior high and high schools in Natrona County,” Santos reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “MacCowboy” for the heads up.]