Updating computer lab

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“Our school always knew we had an excellent academic experience.

Now we can provide data to support our mission,” Hartl said.

Computer labs will also be available on the east side of the Vertical Campus on the 6th floor from a.m. Below are photos of the work in progress on the SOUTH side of the lab.

We look forward to announcing to the Baruch community the Grand Reopening of the Martin and Laurie Kaplan Computing and Technology Center.

John Bosco School, received this year’s Administrator of the Year Award from Wisconsin Education Media & Technology Association — but it was a total surprise that she was in the running. John Bosco School in Sturgeon Bay, won an Administrator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Education Media & Technology Association after being nominated by Kathy Hartl, left, the school’s technology integration specialist.

(Monica Sawyn | For The Compass) Kathy Hartl, the school’s technology integration specialist, had submitted Dassler’s name to the organization because of the “digital transformation” Dassler brought about as soon as she became principal in 2015.

To accommodate extra use of the library, temporary additional seats will be available on each floor for the duration of the project.

The architectural renderings of the renovated lab are provided below.

This time, however, Vickie Dassler was “very pleased.” Dassler, principal of St.

“We raised ,000 that night, and then had the matches,” Dassler said.

Outreach to generous parishioners as well as special school fundraising efforts raised the rest of the funds.

“The custodian and I took the computer lab all apart, hauled everything downstairs and put it into storage, and got rid of it all in the spring when (city-wide) recycle day came around,” she said The next step was to sit down and create a plan for equipment as well as for the funding for the 5,000 project. The grants were pretty forthcoming, some local and some not,” she said.

Dassler started with the ,000 that had been given by an anonymous donor the previous year. The biggest grant was from the Eckstein Foundation of Paduca, Ky., which gave ,000 outright, and matched ,000 raised at the school’s annual Gala of Giving. Dennis Connolly and his wife Bonnie of Sturgeon Bay extended another ,000 match challenge, which was met.

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