3.30 Deadline for APS Device Distribution, Tomorrow at 5 p.m.



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March 30, 2020 

Deadline for APS Device Distribution, Tomorrow at 5 p.m.


(ATLANTA)  For Atlanta Public Schools (APS) families who missed the original device distribution window for their child’s school, the District is doing a “last call” this week for device pick up.

If an APS student does not have a device, it is very important that they contact their child’s school by Tuesday, March 31 at 5 p.m., and let the school know that their child still needs a device. The District’s Technology team will assess those needs and make devices available for pick up starting on Thursday, April 2, at the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Learning and Leadership (CLL), at 130 Trinity Avenue SW, while supplies last.

For requests properly submitted through the schools, parents and caregivers should expect to receive a call sometime on Thursday giving instructions on picking up their child’s device at CLL beginning on Thursday afternoon. Only students with pre-assigned devices can be supported through this process, and there will not be any extra devices. All “last call” distributions will end on Friday, April 3.

The safety and health of APS employees and the community is of utmost concern. Therefore, during this process, the District will continue to follow guidelines from public health officials. All devices will be pre-assigned to students and they will be packaged individually. 



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