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New iPads for school

Centreville Elementary School will have 10 new iPads this academic year, thanks to a donation from the Monsanto Fund.

The third of three donations made to St. Joseph County-based recipients took place prior to Monday’s Centreville Board of Education meeting. Angie Shotwell and Michael Ochsner, representing Monsanto’s Constantine plant, presented a ceremonial check to Superintendent Rob Kuhlman and board president Dave Peterson.

The iPads are headed to kindergarten and first-grade classrooms.

The Monsanto Fund earlier this summer bestowed similar grants to Mendon Community Schools and Three Rivers-based Riverside Health Clinic.

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