Hoeven Donates Computers to Five Schools in North Dakota

Technology Secured Through the Senate Computers for Schools Program

McClusky, N.D. – Senator John Hoeven today visited McClusky High School to present the school with five computers that he secured through the Senate Computers for Schools Program. The senator is donating 25 computers in total to five public schools across the state under the program. McClusky High School, along with Oberon Public School, Newburg-United School, Rolette Public School and Max Public School, will each receive five HP8000 Small Form Factor Desktop computers with flat screen monitors.

“Technology is a tremendously important part of our children’s education today,” said Hoeven. “I’m happy to present computers to five schools across North Dakota and in person to the students at McClusky. I hope that these computers will be a real benefit to each of the schools as they prepare their students for the future.”

The Senate Computers for Schools Program, which is coordinated by the Senate Sergeant at Arms Office, provides surplus computers for donation to public schools. The five schools were selected at the recommendation of the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction.