Greenfield community donates iPads to school


Linday McNeal’s third grade students at Greenfield Elementary are eager to learn on their six new iPad Minis and an Osmo Kit. They were donated by the following businesses and families: Halterman Equipment, Hills Rental, Binegar’s Truck Auto and Camper, Greene’s Auto Repair, Southern Hills Community Bank, MacKensey Storer (the Glitz), Quality Paving LLC, Amy and Carl Storer, Hailey Halterman, and Buck’s Tire. Thanks to the donors, the students will be able to advance their skills in reading, math and writing. Technology will play an important part in their everyday classroom experience.


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Linday McNeal’s third grade students at Greenfield Elementary are eager to learn on their six new iPad Minis and an Osmo Kit. They were donated by the following businesses and families: Halterman Equipment, Hills Rental, Binegar’s Truck Auto and Camper, Greene’s Auto Repair, Southern Hills Community Bank, MacKensey Storer (the Glitz), Quality Paving LLC, Amy and Carl Storer, Hailey Halterman, and Buck’s Tire. Thanks to the donors, the students will be able to advance their skills in reading, math and writing. Technology will play an important part in their everyday classroom experience.

Linday McNeal’s third grade students at Greenfield Elementary are eager to learn on their six new iPad Minis and an Osmo Kit. They were donated by the following businesses and families: Halterman Equipment, Hills Rental, Binegar’s Truck Auto and Camper, Greene’s Auto Repair, Southern Hills Community Bank, MacKensey Storer (the Glitz), Quality Paving LLC, Amy and Carl Storer, Hailey Halterman, and Buck’s Tire. Thanks to the donors, the students will be able to advance their skills in reading, math and writing. Technology will play an important part in their everyday classroom experience.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_iPadspic.jpgLinday McNeal’s third grade students at Greenfield Elementary are eager to learn on their six new iPad Minis and an Osmo Kit. They were donated by the following businesses and families: Halterman Equipment, Hills Rental, Binegar’s Truck Auto and Camper, Greene’s Auto Repair, Southern Hills Community Bank, MacKensey Storer (the Glitz), Quality Paving LLC, Amy and Carl Storer, Hailey Halterman, and Buck’s Tire. Thanks to the donors, the students will be able to advance their skills in reading, math and writing. Technology will play an important part in their everyday classroom experience. Submitted photo
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