In this Wednesday Nov. 11, 2017 photo, second graders, from left, Aydin Prichett, Kholton Toma, Niema Laster and Isabella Templeton work at the basketball vocabulary station during a Legacy Lab class at Cranberry-Prosperity School in Beckley W.Va. They are working at one of the four stations called, “Dash’s Basketball.” Cranberry Prosperity has been awarded with the status of being an “Apple Distinguished School” for being top notch with technology use in their classrooms.
In this Wednesday Nov. 11, 2017 photo, second graders, from left, Aydin Prichett, Kholton Toma, Niema Laster and Isabella Templeton work at the basketball vocabulary station during a Legacy Lab class at Cranberry-Prosperity School in Beckley W.Va. They are working at one of the four stations called, “Dash’s Basketball.” Cranberry Prosperity has been awarded with the status of being an “Apple Distinguished School” for being top notch with technology use in their classrooms. Rick Barbero AP
In this Wednesday Nov. 11, 2017 photo, second graders, from left, Aydin Prichett, Kholton Toma, Niema Laster and Isabella Templeton work at the basketball vocabulary station during a Legacy Lab class at Cranberry-Prosperity School in Beckley W.Va. They are working at one of the four stations called, “Dash’s Basketball.” Cranberry Prosperity has been awarded with the status of being an “Apple Distinguished School” for being top notch with technology use in their classrooms. Rick Barbero AP

West Virginia elementary 1 of 2 ‘Apple Distinguished’ schools in state

November 27, 2017 06:00 AM