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One high school in the Bay Area is using a device to keep cell phones out of students’ hands during class. It’s called a “yondr pouch” and only teachers have the magnetic key to release the phones. To talk about this initiative, UNews spoke to Patti Frias, she’s the assistant principal at San Mateo High School.

California school becomes largest in the country to go phone-free

One high school in the Bay Area is using a device to keep cell phones out of students’ hands during class. It’s called a “yondr pouch” and only teachers have the magnetic key to release the phones. To talk about this initiative, UNews spoke to Patti Frias, she’s the assistant principal at San Mateo High School.

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