ROCK HILL, S.C. -- Nearly two dozen iPads are missing from a Rock Hill school.
The Herald of Rock Hill reported that a police report states that a faculty member at The Children’s School noticed that 22 iPads were missing on Aug. 14. The report says the principal was not notified until Aug. 22.
School district spokeswoman Elaine Baker says the iPads were part of a set of 25. Three are still at the school.
Officials say the missing tablets are worth nearly $11,000.
The school is a Montessori school and had an enrollment of 413 students ranging from early childhood education through fifth grade last year.
Information from: The Herald, http://www.heraldonline.com
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