Mississippi Gov. Ronnie Musgrove's office asked Moss Point computer teacher Anne Davis last month if she knew of any students who would be willing to help build 6,000 computers for the state's public schools.

Nine students and four days of work later, 85 computers were ready to be shipped to schools throughout the state.

Davis teaches a class called ExplorNet that teaches kids how to take computers apart and put them back together. Moss Point High School is one of 12 sites in Mississippi that are building the 6,000 computers needed


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