8th - 12th grade students (& 7th graders in Algebra I) and parents/guardians are invited to join our technology staff and administration Wednesday evening during the MS-HS "Back To School Night" for one of two short presentations which will provide information about our "1:1" (one-to-one) laptop initiative. The presentations will be held in the HS Auditorium, and start promptly at 6:00pm and 7:30pm. Come learn about the "who", "what", "how", and most importantly "why" SCA is stepping up to meet the educational needs of our digital citizens by providing them with their "own" laptop to be used in all their classes, as well as providing a home-use option. We hope to see you all there!

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