Omaha's Westside Community Schools will soon provide a computing device to every one of its students.  

The Westside board voted on Monday to extend the district's laptop program to seventh graders and provide iPads to students in kindergarten through sixth grade. 

The district has provided laptop computers to students in grades eight through 12 for several years and the new program will cost about one-point-three million dollars per year.  

Westside will become the largest school district in Nebraska to provide computing devices to all students.