CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Metropolitan School District showed off 1,900 new computers Tuesday, thanks to a generous donation by KeyBank.
The refurbished computer donation is part of KeyBank's ongoing initiative to support STEM education in the city. In January, the KeyBank Foundation donated $1.25 million to create a renovated space for the district's MC2STEM High School on Cleveland State Univeristy's campus.
"We are proud to support Cleveland students on their path to challenging and rewarding careers by providing access to the technology that is essential to their learning," said Allyn Pytel, executive vice president of KeyBank.
The computers will help more than 4,000 students at three high schools and nine elementary schools.
The schools receiving the computers are Riverside, Sunbeam, Oliver H. Perry, Denison, Daniel E. Morgan, SuccessTech, Washington Park, Ginn Academy, East Clark, Watterson Lake, A.J. Rickoff, and Wilbur Wright.