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iPads mean no more pencils, no more books for Sharon Springs students

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The four iPads displayed on the Sharon Springs Central School District’s auditorium stage Thursday night were just a small fraction of the 150 that will be placed in the eager hands of students in the coming days. Starting at 9 a.m. today, iPads will be handed out to every Sharon Springs student in grades 7-12, and roughly 50 parents and students filed in Thursday to get some in-depth information on the initiative. “I think this ...

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Woodrow
September 10, 2012
2:17 p.m.

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Should be interesting. "Teacher, I had my paper done, but the iPad was messed up: I didn't have a good wireless connection; I spilled soda on it..."

"We've done some soul-searching on this one, said Supt. Pat Green. The Supt. also argued for "tasteful use of Facebook and iTunes. Something tells me Pat Green is not a parent of teenagers, or is just incredibly naive.

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