In today’s world, computer skills are essential and the technology continues to advance at a fast pace. Bolder Pathway School is committed to supporting its students to build and practice these skills in the classroom by selectively using computers for writing, spreadsheets, presentations, and research, all skills needed in the common workplace. At the same time, there is a need to limit software and web distractions so students can focus on the educational tasks at hand. The best way for Bolder Pathway School to do this is to have dedicated laptops at school with controlled access to specific computer software and Internet content, versus having students bring their own devices to school.
In order to meet this need, the Bolder Pathway School PTO has pledged their support to purchase 10 new laptops with Microsoft Office Suite software to enhance student use of computers in the curriculum of the school. However, the cost of the equipment exceeds the current budget of the PTO. For this reason, the PTO is asking for your support.
We have solicited bids for 10 basic laptops and software. The cost is $3000. The PTO has already pledged $250 from our current budget. That leaves just $2,750 needed from our families and friends.
Please consider making a donation today. Just fill out the enclosed donation card, write your check out to Bolder Pathway School PTO, and mail it to the above address. Or you can click on the donate button on the left to donate through PayPal. You will receive a thank you letter that you can use for documenting your tax-deductible donation. The PTO will also continue to share updates on this page, so you can follow our progress in meeting our goal.
Thank you for your kindness and generosity in assisting the PTO with meeting the individual educational needs of students that currently attend Bolder Pathway School as well as future students.
Jill Minter, President
Bolder Pathway School PTO
Through the fundraising efforts of the PTO and families like you, the school was able to obtain this amazing Science kit for the Science classroom in 2016.