Parents can apply to send children to different Collier schools starting Sunday

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Sea Gate Elementary first grade teacher Melanie Butler goes over a QR code reader assignment with Evan Freshwater, 6, left, during class on Thursday.  Students at Sea Gate Elementary school use their smartphones and tablets throughout the day depending on the coursework. Students today are digital natives and the Collier County School District has recognized this by initiating the concept of 'bring your own device' where students use smartphones and tablets in the learning process.

Michel Fortier/Staff Sea Gate Elementary first grade teacher Melanie Butler goes over a QR code reader assignment with Evan Freshwater, 6, left, during class on Thursday. Students at Sea Gate Elementary school use their smartphones and tablets throughout the day depending on the coursework. Students today are digital natives and the Collier County School District has recognized this by initiating the concept of "bring your own device" where students use smartphones and tablets in the learning process.

Parents who want their student to attend a school other than their assigned, neighborhood campus have some homework to do.

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