5,000 euros for KGS Moringen
KÖNIG donates for digital equipment
Also this winter, Moringen schools benefit from the donation initiative of the KÖNIG company, which has its headquarters in this town.
In addition to the Löwenzahn Elementary School, the staff of the Cooperative Comprehensive School is also happy about a donation of 5,000 euros and the opportunity to expand the digital equipment.
Here, too, the sum is invested in iPads During a visit, Oliver Rokohl (spokesman for the KÖNIG management) and Meiko Fiedler (KÖNIG managing director) were convinced of the commitment to the school, which introduced interdisciplinary computer-aided learning back in 2013.
"At KGS, IT technology has been well integrated into everyday school life for many years, which is particularly valuable in these times," notes Oliver Rokohl appreciatively. And he adds: "We are very happy to promote this concept, which teaches schoolchildren in our region future-oriented skills - definitely an investment in the skilled workers of tomorrow!"
They are happy about the appreciation of your work:
Headmaster Markus Hohmeister (center), Martin Langner, chairman of the friends' association (center left) and Sabine Wedekind, head of the natural sciences department (center right). Outside left: Oliver Rokohl, spokesman for the KÖNIG management. Outside right: Meiko Fiedler, KÖNIG managing Director.