Primary’s belief in computer

Last updated: January 08. 2014 1:56PM - 1407 Views
By - kkissiah@civitasmedia.com - 843-537-5261



Cheraw Primary's belief that computer skills should be taught as early as possible is now being put into practice with a new IBM computer lab at the school. The Cheraw Primary PTO assisted the school in establishing the lab by using their annual fund-raising money from the past two years to help fund it. Second grade students Dorterra Legget, Joshua Gardener and Lauren Carwile are shown working on the new computers as 1994-95 PTO President Ann Baker, 1995-96 PTO President Donita Linton, Computer Lab Manager Vanessa Wallace, Principal Sandra Redfearn and Curriculum Coordinator Debbie Davis look on. This was published Feb. 8, 1996, in the Cheraw Chronicle.
Cheraw Primary's belief that computer skills should be taught as early as possible is now being put into practice with a new IBM computer lab at the school. The Cheraw Primary PTO assisted the school in establishing the lab by using their annual fund-raising money from the past two years to help fund it. Second grade students Dorterra Legget, Joshua Gardener and Lauren Carwile are shown working on the new computers as 1994-95 PTO President Ann Baker, 1995-96 PTO President Donita Linton, Computer Lab Manager Vanessa Wallace, Principal Sandra Redfearn and Curriculum Coordinator Debbie Davis look on. This was published Feb. 8, 1996, in the Cheraw Chronicle.
Story Tools:

Font Size:

Social Media:

Cheraw Primary’s belief that computer skills should be taught as early as possible is now being put into practice with a new IBM computer lab at the school. The Cheraw Primary PTO assisted the school in establishing the lab by using their annual fund-raising money from the past two years to help fund it. Second grade students Dorterra Legget, Joshua Gardener and Lauren Carwile are shown working on the new computers as 1994-95 PTO President Ann Baker, 1995-96 PTO President Donita Linton, Computer Lab Manager Vanessa Wallace, Principal Sandra Redfearn and Curriculum Coordinator Debbie Davis look on. This was published Feb. 8, 1996, in the Cheraw Chronicle.

Comments
comments powered by Disqus


Featured Businesses


Poll



Mortgage Minute