Wapanohk getting iPads for kindergarten classes with 100 Women Who Care donation

Wapanohk Community School principal Kathleen Kelson and vice-principal Nadine Yetman accepted a cheque for $5,850 from 100 Women Who Care Thompson on Jan. 21. The money is being used to provide kindergarten classes at the school with iPads, which will be used for remote learning, to communicate with parents and to showcase student portfolios while helping young students develop technology skills.

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