The school district is replacing its supply of Apple laptops and iPads with 2,750 new iPads, officials said during a board meeting Wednesday. The company purchasing the used equipment is Diamond Assets. “This company will actually come to Kodiak in June and actually box them up for us,” Daws said.
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