Spanish Lake Primary School students in Geismar have a new digital studio thanks to a $25,000 donation from Potash Corp., a subsidiary of PCS Nitrogen in Geismar, school officials said.
The funds were used to purchase additional technology equipment for the school’s digital studio.
“Students now are enjoying a brand new digital studio that is broadening the horizon of our classrooms far beyond the limitations of our walls,” Principal Britt Colon said.
He said the new technology is the first step on the school’s plan to improve its science, technology, engineering and math curriculum.
“Spanish Lake Primary is grateful for the support and the generosity of the Potash Corporation that believes the future of our community’s success begins in our primary schools,” he said.” Our students have begun their exploration and mastery of the technological world as a result of Potash Corporation’s charitable contribution.”