Member of the Richland School District Teaching, Learning & Cirriculum team issue Chromebooks to students at Leona Libby Middle School. The district handed out rougly 680 of the computers, chargers and cases for students to use instead of pencil and paper at the new school's orientation sessions.
Member of the Richland School District Teaching, Learning & Cirriculum team issue Chromebooks to students at Leona Libby Middle School. The district handed out rougly 680 of the computers, chargers and cases for students to use instead of pencil and paper at the new school's orientation sessions. File Tri-City Herald
Member of the Richland School District Teaching, Learning & Cirriculum team issue Chromebooks to students at Leona Libby Middle School. The district handed out rougly 680 of the computers, chargers and cases for students to use instead of pencil and paper at the new school's orientation sessions. File Tri-City Herald

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