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Tri-County teacher helps district receive $10,000 grant for iPads

9:29 PM, Nov. 29, 2012
Jessica Rettler's fourth-grade class finishes its school day Thursday. Rettler helped the Tri-County School District receive a $10,000 grant to buy iPads.
Jessica Rettler's fourth-grade class finishes its school day Thursday. Rettler helped the Tri-County School District receive a $10,000 grant to buy iPads.
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Jessica Rettler said she sees every day how elementary students in the Tri-County School District need access to better technology, and decided she would do something to help.

Rettler, a fourth-grade teacher in the district, earned a $10,000 grant from America's Farmers Grow Rural Education to buy iPads for the school. It is the first time the district will have that technology for students.

Rettler said she wants to buy about 20 iPads, along with some applications to use in the classroom. She said she expects that every classroom in kindergarten through fourth grade will have about two ...

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