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Charging and storage capabilities: Districts at a glance

Salida Union School District (Calif.)

  • K8 district with four schools and 2,400 students
  • 22 Dual Duty Tech Tub2 Teaching Easels for 2,000 Dell 3189 convertible flip touchscreens for grades 1 through 7 and Toshiba 2s for eighth grade
  • Recently allowed students in grades 6 through 8 to take computers home
  • Started with Toshiba 2 Chromebooks for grades 3 through 8 and with bulky carts in classrooms

Avon Grove School District (Pa.)

  • K12 district with four schools and 5,100 students
  • 315 PowerGistics Towers for 3,100 Acer Chromebooks for grades 6 through 12
  • Fourth year of 1-to-1 deployment with take-home program for grades 6 through 12
  • Started with Windows laptops and carts in hallways


SIDEBAR: Charging and storage platforms for K12 education


Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District (Texas)

  • K12 district with 18 schools and 13,818 students
  • Seventh year of 1-to-1 deployment with take-home model
  • Eight Kwikboost lockers in the hallways of three high schools; iPads for K4, Chromebook Solids for grades 5 through 8, and Windows 1.0 and 2.0 PCs for grades 9 through 12
  • Started with traditional Kwikboost charging tables in hallways five years ago for iPads for K4, Chromebooks for fifth grade and Windows PCs for grades 6 through 12

Central Unified School District (Calif.)

  • K12 district with 23 schools and 16,100 students
  • 250 Ergotron Zip40 carts for 12,500 Hewlett Packard Chromebooks for grades 3 through 12, and 100 YES36 carts for 3,500 Touchscreen Chromebooks for preschool through second grade
  • Fifth year of 1-to-1 deployment
  • Started with Android tablets and 350 Ergotron YES36 carts

Muscle Shoals City Schools (Ala.)

  • K12 district with seven schools and 2,900 students
  • 100 classrooms using CDI mobiLAB carts for 2,900 Chromebooks, mostly purchased from CDI computer dealers
  • Second year of 1-to-1 deployment
  • Started with multiple student desktop computers in classrooms and labs

Steven Blackburn is associate editor.