The Beaverly school district will offer its public school students the chance to write e-books with Beavers’ public e, an app created by a group of students, teachers and administrators who want to promote literacy.

The app will be offered for free to all students in the Beavers Public Schools elementary, middle and high schools.

The app will also be used by parents and teachers.

The Beavers District is working with the New York City Department of Education to promote digital literacy through its Public Libraries Program, which supports schools in the city’s neighborhoods.

The e-book, called ebooks by the Beacons, will be used to help teachers and parents better understand how digital literacy is practiced, said the district’s principal, Scott Stowe.

The e-bills will be created for each student to share with their teachers, said Stowe, who is also the superintendent of the school district.

The teachers and principals are asked to use the e-content to help them better understand the concepts of digital literacy, such as how to use technology in class, how to interact with others in digital ways, and how to share information in digital formats.

The project, which was launched by a Beavers parent and the Beavis Foundation, was developed by Beavers elementary school principal, Mark Beavers.

He said the project will provide the Beavs students with valuable tools to help improve their digital literacy.

“Teachers are going to be able to give these kids a lot of tools and tools to actually learn and better understand their digital learning,” said Stoe.

“These are really tools that can be used in classrooms, they can be shared to teachers and to parents.”

The ebooks will be the digital equivalents of textbooks and they will be very engaging for parents, as well,” he added.

Stowe said the ebooks would be used for students who need to understand how to create and use a digital document or how to navigate digital content.

Stoe said the Beaux-Beavers district plans to offer the eBooks to the public in the next few weeks.”

The eBooks will be available for purchase through the Beavels public library’s digital services, including iBooks, Kindle, and Apple iBooks.”

It will help them understand how literacy works, and it will allow them to really get a feel for how to communicate in the digital age.”

The eBooks will be available for purchase through the Beavels public library’s digital services, including iBooks, Kindle, and Apple iBooks.