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Community Foundation grant boosts school technology project

7:58 PM, Mar. 14, 2013
Kathy (left), Cole and Jeff Kiggens receive an iPad from Ripon Early Bird Kiwanis President Brad Foss as part of the Kiwanis Autism Project. Photo courtesy of the Kiwanis Autism Project.
Kathy (left), Cole and Jeff Kiggens receive an iPad from Ripon Early Bird Kiwanis President Brad Foss as part of the Kiwanis Autism Project. Photo courtesy of the Kiwanis Autism Project.
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Students in the Ripon Area School District are benefiting like never before from iPad technology, and several more students in the region soon will, too, thanks to a project funded in part by a grant from the Green Lake County/Ripon Community Foundation.

The Kiwanis Autism Project aims to provide autistic children throughout Wisconsin with the tablet computers to help them communicate with the world around them. Children in Berlin, Green Lake, Markesan and Ripon public schools are among the first in the state to benefit from this project.

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