My students are bright and innovative and come from all walks of life. As technology coordinator for our elementary school, I support students aged pre-k through sixth grade and they all bring something unique to each day. They are funny and determined and they make each day exciting!
I am looking to add a high-quality laser color printer and toner to our school computer lab so that all students and teachers will have access to a reliable machine to print teaching materials and projects.
The printer will help bring students digital work to life!
The students learn to create brochures, create posters with text & images, and write essays and poems. Learning these skills is very important and involves printing the project. The students love to display their work on bulletin boards, in the library, and around their classrooms. They feel a great sense of pride and accomplishment when they showcase their work for other students and visitors.
This printer would allow teachers to print high-quality color documents to increase student engagement, school community members to print items promote school-wide events, and students to make their projects stand out! Our current color printer is dated, frequently jams, and is unreliable. Having this new technology would ensure that items are printed promptly and correctly, wasting less time, toner, paper, and money!
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