Salem school will buy iPad minis with grant funds
Earlier this week, the School Board approved accepting a $2,200 grant from the association to buy six iPad minis and two educational applications.
“Practice in an interactive format has proven to be engaging for many students,” said Wilkins.
The conversation application allows students to record conversations in individual and group settings. The social skills application shows videos of actual social situations and helps students understand how they can apply what they have learned outside the classroom.
“I’d like to publicly thank the Arlington Pond Protective Association,” said School Board member Michael Carney. “They have been very generous to the town and the school district over the years and have been a great neighbor to the North Salem School.”
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