Klein, TX – Students visiting the STEAM Express mobile classroom this fall will have a few more pieces of technology to interact with thanks to a $3,000 donation from Fujitsu.
“As a technology partner of Klein ISD, Fujitsu is ecstatic to continue its support of the game-changing, innovative STEAM Express,” said Patrick Ragan, client executive – mobile computing. “Having personally been in the STEAM Express, I continue to be impressed by the evolving nature of its use of technology and the passion the Klein ISD staff have toward it. I look forward to seeing how this program continues to grow.”
Fujitsu donated a Fujitsu Espromo X923 PC, Esprimo Desktop PC, and a small-form-factor PC for the students to use while on the STEAM Express.
“We are fortunate to have Fujitsu as a partner for some of the technology items on the Klein ISD STEAM Express,” said Bill Nebeker, Klein ISD STEAM Express program coordinator. “This new Fujitsu technology will allow students to interact with digital resources in new ways. One such way will be with students using the provided technology to travel the globe using Google Earth.”
Donated by the Klein ISD Education Foundation to the district for the students of the Klein ISD, the STEAM Express mobile classroom travels the district year-round to teach students about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.