The Eastern Pulaski School Board this week approved updated iPad agreements to reflect a few changes.
The one-to-one program has been expanded to include 6th grade students in addition to 7th through 12th graders.
Superintendent Dan Foster says in the past some of the paperwork associated with the iPads was not returned to the school. However, the policy change notes the tablet is considered a textbook and will be issued even if the paperwork is not submitted. That also means the parents and students are accepting responsibility for the device under the book rental agreement.