MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)– A computer system company in the north metro given away 100 laptop computers to a location secondary school recently as teachers as well as trainees throughout the state get used to on the internet learning amidst the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
FireFly, a K-12 modern technology company based in Arden Hills, given away 100 Chromebooks to Brooklyn Center High School on Friday.
“We want to make the shift to remote learning as stress-free and worry-free as possible for schools, so we decided to help one of our local schools in a big way,” a declaration on the company’s site stated.
FireFly states the Chromebooks will certainly assist Brooklyn Center High School reach its remote learning objectives, enabling even more trainees to have accessibility to education and learning throughout the closure triggered by the pandemic.
The company is testing its rivals with the hashtag #OutGiveCorona. The objective is to channel assistance as well as sources to colleges as well as trainees as they adjust to education and learning in a time of social distancing.