TUSCALOOSA CITY SCHOOLS ENSURING STUDENTS WITHOUT LAPTOPS GET ONE
Tuscaloosa City Schools employees are working hard to ensure nothing holds students back from learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
That includes getting laptops into families’ hands, said Central High School Assistant Principal Marshae Pelt.
“The process right now is to remove any barriers from our households and from students to make sure that they can continue their learning on the devices,” Pelt said.
TCS is distributing Chromebooks to students who don’t have access to a computer at home, Pelt said. Anyone in need should contact their child’s school. There’s a one laptop per household limit.
“We want to make sure our students are still prepared for the world,” Pelt said. “We miss them. We’re ready to see them.”