SF School Receives Donation To Replace Stolen Computers

Private and public donations covered a computer theft.

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    It takes a city -- to replace a cache of stolen computers.

    A Potrero Hill school is receiving a 50 computers Wednesday, a donation to replace machines stolen earlier this year, according to the San Francisco Appeal online newspaper.

    The lack of computers, stolen from the International Studies Academy's library, left the students unable to take computer arts classes and "do other research," according to the San Francisco Unified School District.

    The Academy teaches 400 students in grades 6 to 12, the newspaper reported. The donation comes from the IT department of the school district as well as Silverfox, and Computers for Classrooms.

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