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A Colorado Springs company is helping out students in District Two with laptops

"We know that district two students are really talented, smart kids," says Altia CEO Mike Juran. Altia wanted to help these talented and smart kids so they are buying 30 laptops to help students who don't have computers at home, "And discovered many of them don't even have laptops. So that was the right thing to do pretty quickly and that was a no brainier," says Juran.
It was also a no brainier to help students in the Harrison school district reach the summit of the school year, "To get them over the tipping point is like climbing a mountain. It would be a shame if in the last two months of that high school career the whole thing fell off a cliff. So we wanted to make sure those kids got to the finish line," says Juran.

Altia is also donating money to provide three weeks of meals for students in district two

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