BOISE -- Milk helped a Boise elementary school get some new iPads.
Tuesday morning, Jackson's Food Stores and United Dairymen of Idaho donated an Apple iPad Learning Lab to Highlands Elementary School - paid for with money generated from the "Milk Builds Strong Schools" campaign.
During the months of March, April and May, five percent of Jackson's milk sales in Idaho were set aside for the effort.
"We're really excited to partner with Highlands Elementary School, with Apple and with the United Dairymen of Idaho, and we're looking forward to doing more of this in the future," said Rich Levin,
Jackson's Food Stores.
The iPad lab includes a MacBook computer, 10 iPads and a mobile cart that charges the iPads and syncs them with the computer.