St. Philip the Apostle School Provides Students with iPad Minis

Published : Wednesday, October 23, 2013 | 2:49 AM

St. Philip the Apostle School recently provided its kindergarten through fifth grade students with iPad minis in its library.

The school also previously made Chromebooks available for its junior high students.

Second-grader Luke Roa said his class was very excited when they first used the iPads. He added that the students used the technology for educational programs and games including the Spelling City, the Falcon’s Flyer reported.

Saint Philip the Apostle consists of 20 classrooms, including two each for kindergarten through 5th grades, a six-room junior high with Religion, Language Arts, Math, Science, Spanish, and Social Studies rooms, and dedicated art and computer labs, as well as a school library. The school makes full time use of the parish music room and the parish hall during school hours.

The school is located at 1363 Cordova St. For more information, contact (626) 795-9691 or visit

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