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PAHS students receive laptops, open fifth year of One to One program

September 4, 2013

These 10th-grade students at Punxsutawney Area High School (PAHS) were happy to receive their MacBook laptop computers Wednesday in the library. Pictured (from left) are Anna Gould, Sierra Gumpf, Nate Hankinson, Kaylee Fugate and Dustin Couser. (Photo by Larry McGuire of The Spirit)

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Now that everyone is officially back to school throughout the area, the students at Punxsutawney Area High School (PAHS) were given the opportunity to be reunited with their MacBook laptop computers on Wednesday.

The "One to One" computer program is beginning its fifth year at PAHS, said Dave London PAHS principal.

"Since our district received the CFF grant, we moved right into a ‘One to One’ computing program," he said. "I think kids look forward to laptop distribution day more than the first day of school."

For more information on the program, see Thursday's print edition of The Spirit.

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