Laptop lending at Keene High

School to go

Michael Moore / Sentinel Staff

John Lowry of Keene signs for his son, high school senior Owen, at right, so that he could pick up one of the Chromebooks being handed out to students at Keene High School Friday. Monitor Gayla Tardie, left, and tutor Talia Follansbee were helping distribute around 200 of the laptops that were requested by students as schools throughout the state and country shift to remote learning out of concerns for the spread of coronavirus. The school staff onsite wore respirators to put visitors at ease, they said.