Help Desk Buried in iPads

Collin Abel, Gavin Lloyd, Cade Gelhar, and Graysen Kronschnabel. Gelhar and Kronschnabel work through iPads which will be sent to various schools in the District.

Collin Abel, Gavin Lloyd, Cade Gelhar, and Graysen Kronschnabel. Gelhar and Kronschnabel work through iPads which will be sent to various schools in the District.


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As the D.C. Everest School District begins its transition to brand new iPads this spring, Senior High students have stepped in to help prepare them for nearly 5,000 students who will receive one.

Working the Help Desk, seniors “name them and send them off,” said Greysen Kronschnabel.

He and his fellow workers have prepped about 280 iPads to date.

The pile of iPads each was working on Jan. 31 are headed to Mountain Bay Elementary and Rothschild Elementary Schools respectively.

Facing what in the short term, at least, seems like a never-ending amount of work, Mr. Joey Hart, who supervises Help Desk students, said they are getting through them.

Said Kronschnabel, the work is “tediously fun.”

 

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