Coachella Valley Unified School District is holding a drive-through iPad exchange for students March 8th through March 12th.
According to the district, families or students can come to the district office in Thermal from Noon - 6 p.m. either day. They say it’s designed to be a safe, touchless drive-through process to keep both students and administrators safe.
The district has been working to safely help students trade in nearly 25,000 used Apple devices and receive a new Apple iPad.
Second Life Mac, a company that buys and refurbishes used Apple devices, is managing the Touchless Trade-in. The district says funds from the sale of devices to Second Life Mac, estimated to be $850,000-$1.2million, will be used to buy new tech devices.