The students formed a gauntlet in the school gymnasium as the boxes containing the I-pads were rolled into the school for delivery.
$40,000 were donated to the school for the purchase of the devices and Mayor Geri Lehnertz, who was on hand, offered a thank you to the community for their support.
Superintendent Scott Hannon spoke about the Rollingstone Community School faculty and students serving as pioneers for the rest of the district, as they put instructional applications to use across their math and reading curriculum.
Tuesday the students will be oriented to their i-pads and the learning will begin.
A spring open house will be held on March 25th, to demonstrate what students have accomplished with the I-pads.