Digital devices <137>Tablets and iPads <137>are a strong draw for friends Kingston Savich (from left), 6; Mia Sutton, 7; Matthew Sutton, 9; Jackson Savich, 9; and Jackson Sutton, 11, who greeted with a cheer news that this week all Shawnee Mission students would be issued laptops or tablets. <137>into the classroom this year. They were at the Savich home in Overland Park on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014.<137>
Digital devices <137>Tablets and iPads <137>are a strong draw for friends Kingston Savich (from left), 6; Mia Sutton, 7; Matthew Sutton, 9; Jackson Savich, 9; and Jackson Sutton, 11, who greeted with a cheer news that this week all Shawnee Mission students would be issued laptops or tablets. <137>into the classroom this year. They were at the Savich home in Overland Park on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014.<137> Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Digital devices <137>Tablets and iPads <137>are a strong draw for friends Kingston Savich (from left), 6; Mia Sutton, 7; Matthew Sutton, 9; Jackson Savich, 9; and Jackson Sutton, 11, who greeted with a cheer news that this week all Shawnee Mission students would be issued laptops or tablets. <137>into the classroom this year. They were at the Savich home in Overland Park on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014.<137> Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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