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Green Timbers Elementary School recently received a donation of 40 iPads and an iPad charging cart, two Apple TVs and two computer projectors from Coast Capital Savings.

Until now, the school had 42 obsolete computers for 540 students.

The new equipment will help the school undertake a Tech Discoveries program, enabling students to become more competitive as they interact with, use and create with technology.

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