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As a thank you to their high school graduates, the Killeen, TX ISD Education  Foundation is giving each of their high school graduates a an iTouch packed with apps, including pre loaded podcassts from top universities. Other apps include Art
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As a thank you to their high school graduates, the Killeen, TX ISD Education Foundation is giving each of their high-school graduates a an iTouch packed with apps, including pre-loaded podcassts from top universities. Other apps include Art Lite, Google Earth, Evernote (to keep track of notes using text and images), a graphing calculator and more.

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