Gilbert H. Hood Middle School assistant principal Joe Crawford told School Board members that eighth-graders at both town middle schools were doing great using their iPads, part of a 21st Century Learning grant-funded program to boost technology in the district.
Crawford said students love the technology and are caring for the devices well.
"There's not a single repair order yet," he said.
Londonderry police received at least two reports from Good Samaritans on Friday.
In one case, someone came into the station with a phone and money found on the side of Adams Road.
In the other case, a fuel oil delivery driver reported seeing several kittens on Litchfield Road that "appeared to be sick and not cared for properly."
Sixty to go
But police also took reports of less-than-stellar residents and visitors, including a snatch-and-run incident at Londonderry Quick Stop on Nashua Road.
A store clerk called police to report a man about 18 to 20 years old took two 30-packs of Coors Light and ran from the store.
The thirsty thief got into a car driven by another man and sped off into the night.
Two-to-one for the GOP
Londonderry Town Clerk Meg Seymour reported Friday evening that 15 people filed their paperwork to run for the New Hampshire House of Representatives in the fall.
Statewide, Democrats are hoping to make some gains and wrest back control of at least one legislative chamber.
In Londonderry, 10 Republicans filed to run for office, while just five Democrats did so.
A Mercedes was spotted sporting a N.H. vanity plate SOXPATS. The owner of a Hyundai Sonata took it a step farther with this plate: BOSTFAN.