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Innovation and Technology Director Mandy Froehlich, right, proposes a $25 compliance fee to motivate students to turn in their Chromebooks at the end of the year, so the device may be assessed for damages if necessary. Superintendent Mary Whitrock listens to Froehlich’s proposal.
Innovation and Technology Director Mandy Froehlich, right, proposes a $25 compliance fee to motivate students to turn in their Chromebooks at the end of the year, so the device may be assessed for damages if necessary. Superintendent Mary Whitrock listens to Froehlich’s proposal.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 12:12 PM
The Ripon Area School District considers charging a fee to students who avoid having their Chromebooks assessed for damages.
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