Liberty High School receives iPads

Local - 9/3/2013 4:17 PM by Joe Hellriegel
GLEN DANIEL - More iPads in the Raleigh County School district were deployed Tuesday.

Tuesday was the first day high schools got the iPads and Liberty High School students are the first to get their hands on the new technology. Superintendent Jim Brown told Newswatch it took about 40 minutes to deploy the iPads to the students who were able to explore through the settings and options on the iPad and customize it. Teachers and students explain they are happy with the new technology.

"It's really smooth, actually the students were in and out in probably about 5 minutes each group so they had everything under control, they had their lunch cards, scanned them, signed their names and got their iPads and were ready to go," said teacher Tracy Halsey

"It's pretty good, I mean we get the world at your finger tips. We usually have to carry around a bunch of books but now we get the iPads," said senior Corey Taylor.

Wednesday Independence High School will receive their iPads.

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