Clark School Supports Queen Anne's County High School
In Support of the Clark School’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) initiative, 8 retired lab computers were donated to the Queen Anne’s County Public Schools. The computers will be used by students in the Queen Anne’s County High School guidance offices to research universities, submit and track college applications, and submit and track scholarship applications.
Mr. Robert Willis, guidance department coordinator, was very excited to receive the computers said Marty Ronning, Distance Education Technology and Services (DETS) assistant director. It is a win win situation for the Clark School and for Queen Anne’s County Public Schools. We are able to reduce our landfill use by repurposing several computers while supporting the college’s STEM and recruitment initiatives.
Queen Anne’s County Public Schools will now have upgraded facilities allowing students faster and more streamlined access to the college admission process.
Queen Anne’s County High School is located in Centreville, MD. It serves over 1200 students in grades 9-12. It is part of the Queen Anne’s County public school system, which has the 3rd lowest cost per pupil of all Maryland counties (2010).
Published February 28, 2012