SCS technology going out to students ahead of online learning

By , Daily Memphian Updated: August 04, 2020 10:13 AM CT | Published: August 03, 2020 5:30 PM CT
<strong>Woodstock Middle School parent Erica Eulls looks over digital tablets and keyboards issued to her children on Monday, Aug. 3, at Trezevant Career &amp; Technology Center.</strong>&nbsp;<strong>Shelby County Schools began distributing digital devices this week to students. The equipment is necessary for the Aug. 31 launch of the new, online-only school year beginning weeks later than planned because of the coronavirus pandemic.</strong> (Mark Weber/Daily Memphian)

Woodstock Middle School parent Erica Eulls looks over digital tablets and keyboards issued to her children on Monday, Aug. 3, at Trezevant Career & Technology Center. Shelby County Schools began distributing digital devices this week to students. The equipment is necessary for the Aug. 31 launch of the new, online-only school year beginning weeks later than planned because of the coronavirus pandemic. (Mark Weber/Daily Memphian)

Parents or guardians must pick up tablets or laptops on the designated days and times for their schools before online-only classes begin Aug. 30.

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Linda A. Moore

Linda A. Moore

Linda A. Moore covers education, South Memphis and Whitehaven. A native of South Memphis, Linda has covered news in Memphis and Shelby County for more than 20 years and was formerly a reporter with The Commercial Appeal.


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