Johnson Participates in Senate's Computers for Schools Program

Washington – Sen. Johnson facilitated sending computers to five Wisconsin public schools this week through the United States Senate’s Computers for Schools program.  Through the Computers for Schools program, surplus PCs in the Senate are donated to schools and intended to be used for educational purposes.  Each school will receive five computers consisting of a central processing unit, keyboard, mouse and a 17” or larger monitor.  The five schools are: 

Milwaukee Woodlands School
5510 W. Blue Mound Road, Milwaukee

 Menominee Indian Middle School
N3455 Hwy. 47, Neopit

 Bruce School District
104 W. Washington Ave., Bruce

 Adams-Friendship Area School District Administration Building
201 W. 6th St., Friendship

 Schurz Elementary
1508 Neenah St., Watertown