Computers upgraded

Students study in the computer lab.

St. Joseph School has been busy upgrading the computers in its building. It’s all thanks to a government program called Computers for Learning, whose goal is to make modern technology part of every classroom so all children can be educated to their potential.

The school now has numerous flat-screen monitors, new CPUs (central processing units), and laptops available for students. The computer lab is being converted to all-new units. St. Joe’s is fortunate to have room for a mini lab that will soon be equipped with laptop computers. Both students and staff are thrilled with the new changes and look forward to the completed transformation.

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