Technology upgrades are coming to St. Mary’s School for the Deaf.
National Grid and Bak USA have donated Atlas 12 computers to the school’s science laboratory.
According to Bak’s website, the laptops come with Windows 10, a 180-degree rotatable camera, Wi-Fi and 4G/LTE Internet connectivity.
National Grid purchased the mobile computers as part of its efforts to enhance Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) initiatives throughout its service territory.
St. Mary’s School for the Deaf has been serving students from school districts across Western New York since 1853. The school has made significant investments in technology, including the science laboratory and other facilities. Approximately 100 students attend the school, and tuition is free.