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The school district said the Foundation anticipates making its first purchase of Chromebook laptops by early next week.
Residents can donate to the Foundation’s Family Stabilization Campaign, which helps families experiencing hardships due to a lapse in finances and employment.
Once students have the devices in hand, the school district said Comcast will provide free WiFi and extend access to power for families who are struggling.
“With the community’s support, we know that we can prevent an increase in transiency and help students gain access to online learning,” said Felicia Wagner, executive director of the Cobb Schools Foundation.
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You can make a donation by visiting the Foundation's website or emailing email@example.com.
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