Alisson Amaya and Christopher Armijo start up a new iPad for the first time. Eighth graders at Myrtle Beach Middle School were the first group of Horry County students to receive iPads in January 2014.
Alisson Amaya and Christopher Armijo start up a new iPad for the first time. Eighth graders at Myrtle Beach Middle School were the first group of Horry County students to receive iPads in January 2014. The Sun News file photo
Alisson Amaya and Christopher Armijo start up a new iPad for the first time. Eighth graders at Myrtle Beach Middle School were the first group of Horry County students to receive iPads in January 2014. The Sun News file photo

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