Students in Kate Seward's seventh-grade social studies class got a surprise last week after their week-long Thanksgiving break.
When they arrived in their classroom, it had undergone a big change - a team from the SMART corporation had added six SMARTBoards, along with computers, projectors and a SMART response system that allows students to participate and answer questions.
The cost of this project - more than $60,000 - was an award from the SMART Technologies Corporation.
"Kate [Seward] was selected as a SMART Exemplary Educator because of her leadership ability and because she had a collborative classroom in place," said Michelle Cutting from SMART Technologies.
Seward is only one of 15 recipients of this grant in North America. There are no other schools in Pennsylvania.
Students praised Seward too, in a video posted by Ram Country TV.
"She cares a lot about the students. She takes time to work with every individual student," seventh-grader Matt Cartwirght said.