Daines Announces Five Montana Schools to Receive Computers Through Senate Program

U.S. SENATE — U.S. Senator Steve Daines today announced that he has helped facilitate a donation of 25 computers to five Montana public schools as part of the United States Senate’s Computers for Schools Program.

“Our children are the future of America and our greatest investment,” said Daines “The Computers for Schools program gives them the tools to compete and succeed in the 21st century economy.”

Recipients include:  

  • Big Sandy Public Schools will receive 5 computers
  • Greenfield School will receive 5 computers
  • Hardin School Districts 17-H&1 will receive 5 computers
  • Hot Springs School District 14-J will receive 5 computers
  • Winnett Public School District #1 will receive 5 computers

“On behalf of Big Sandy Schools we would like to thank Senator Daines’ office for their generous donation of computers to our school.  It is greatly appreciated.” — Brad Moore, Superintendent Big Sandy Public Schools

“In the ever-changing world of technology in schools, it seems like we are constantly aiming at a moving target when trying to keep our equipment updated for both teachers and students.  This generous gift is greatly appreciated by everyone at Greenfield School.  Thank you!” — Paul Wilson, Principal Greenfield School

“On behalf of the Hardin School District we would like to thank Senator Daines for this generous donation to our schools.” — Dennis Gerke, Superintendent Hardin School Districts 17-H&1

“The students and faculty at Hot Springs Schools appreciate the computers we are receiving and would like Senator Daines to know that we appreciate his efforts in supporting public education.” — Mike Perry, Ed.D. Superintendent Hot Springs Schools District 14-J

“On behalf of Winnett Schools I would like to thank Senator Daines and his office for his support of public education.” — Walt Stevens, Superintendent/Math Instructor Winnett Public SchoolsDistrict #1

The United States Senate’s Computers for Schools Program helps public schools take advantage of the information technology age by channeling surplus computers into classrooms across the country. All registered public schools in the United States and territories are eligible.