Greensboro, NC (PressExposure) May 20, 2011 -- Dynamic Quest donates Amazon Kindles to students at Hairston Middle School -- Supporting Education through Technology.
Dynamic Quest, a privately owned IT Services, Helpdesk, Data Center, Software and Marketing company in Greensboro, is planning some exciting things to Support Education through Technology in 2011; starting with the Kindle donation to Hairston Middle School on May 24th. The school will use the fifteen Kindles for its literacy programs, including Read 180. Literacy is a district-wide focus for Guilford County Schools and is an integral part of the district's strategic plan. To find out how to apply for the next Kindle donation through Quest For Hope program, and for more info go to [http://www.dynamicquest.com/questforhope].
"Today's kids are completely surrounded by technology. The children are more comfortable with technology, they learn with technology, and they stay focused in the classroom with technology because it's fun and exciting. The goal is to keep the kids engaged in learning. Dynamic Quest saw the need to provide them with Amazon Kindles to help them with reading (the Kindle reads aloud to the student) and to provide them with access to a dictionary and Wikipedia at the touch of a button. We believe this project will have a positive impact on our local schools and our community," says Javier Gomez, CEO of Dynamic Quest.
The company has established "Quest for Hope" to raise funds, hope and awareness for those in need. For three years in a row, Dynamic Quest hosted a number of events to support local charities, such as: Caroline's Promise, Lifespan Circle Schools, and Friends for an Earlier Breast Cancer Test®.