Distance learning is in full force and yet there are some kids that have a hard time (or just plain can't) engage online. Maybe it's because there's only once computer in the house and 4 kids trying to use it, or no computer in the house.

A Rochester group is trying to change that. For a while they've been collecting used laptops, but now, with the limitations caused by the Coronavirus, it's even moree important now.

Rochester Public School and Winona State Computer Science teacher John Barucz helps coordinate. They need donations (laptops from at least 2000 and in good enough condition you'd give it to a friend...so no syrup between the keys). 

Click HERE to see how to donate cash or laptops.

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