Students thank Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz with plaques, presentations
Councilwoman Koslowitz and Russell Sage Junior High School Principal Marilyn Grant cut the ribbon to open the first of two new computer labs featuring Apple and Dell products at the Forest Hills school.
Koslowitz poses with students and a plaque given to her by Russell Sage Junior High School Principal Marilyn Grant in a ceremony to christen the school’s two new computer labs.
Koslowitz poses with Grant underneath a plaque thanking the Councilwoman for her efforts to help improve the school’s technological equipment.
Teachers George Costandy, second from left, and Robert Sweeney, right, pose with Koslowitz.
Students use the school’s brand-new Apple computers for the first time before the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday afternoon.
Students sit at their new computers for the first time after the ceremony.
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