Several years ago, the Knappa School District near Astoria decided to get its kids in touch with technology, literally. The District developed a program called "One to One" that would put a laptop or tablet PC in the hands of every incoming freshman. Jim Carlile is the Interim Superintendent, and he says the program is working. Carlile says many of the students would not have access to the technology if the district didn't provide it. Federal grant money pays for the PC's and tablets, which are on loan to the students for all four years of high school.