March 12, 2012

Press Release: Local School Updates Classrooms With New Technology

Posted in REA Releases at 10:50 pm by ranchoencinitasacademy

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Rancho Encinitas Academy Receives Donation of HP Computers and Printers

March 12, 2012 – Encinitas, CA— Rancho Encinitas Academy has received a donation from Hewlett-Packard, allowing the school to replace aging electronics and update all of their classrooms with modern computers, new technology and a wealth of possibilities. Coordinated through a student’s father, Jeff Hooker, HP donated sixteen all-in-one computers and three laser printers. As a result of the donation, every classroom has been outfitted with a new bank of computers, used by the students and teachers every day.

“We are forever grateful to Jeff Hooker and HP for such a generous donation to our school,” said Paul Wulle, Director of Rancho Encinitas Academy. “The teachers and students are ecstatic over the new technology in their classrooms.”

In addition to the new computers, previously installed interactive whiteboards help to enhance the learning experience of Rancho Encinitas Academy students. The current generation has been introduced to hi-tech devices from such a young age, and responds well to such technological enhancements; making learning more enjoyable.

Additional quotes and pictures are available on request.

About Rancho Encinitas Academy

Rancho Encinitas Academy (REA) prepares students for high school in a hands-on, child-focused environment that encourages knowledge, creativity, and independence. The academy’s learn-by-doing approach fosters organizational and communication skills that benefit students for years to come. Opening its doors in 1995, REA serves students from kindergarten through the 8th grade, as well as pre-kindergarten for those age 4 to 5 years old. REA has a strict 10:1 student to teacher ratio and is located on a naturally beautiful learning environment in Encinitas, California.

Edison Academy, housed on the campus of Rancho Encinitas Academy, is designed to meet the needs of bright children in grades 3 through 8 who have mild to moderate learning difficulties. Students are taught methods and strategies that assist them in becoming mainstream, independent learners.

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