Students at the Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy and the Handley Gifted and Talented Program will have improved technology for the new school year, beginning September 3rd.
Superintendent Dr. Ramont Roberts said the Chromebooks will help the students with their classes.
Students at Saginaw’s other schools received Chromebooks last year but SASA and Handley students did not qualify under the grant program used to purchase the technology. The district used left over money from the at risk grant from the 2018-2019 term to make the purchase for this year.
Roberts said the Chromebooks will help the students with their classes.