WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, Okla. – Cherokee Casino West Siloam Springs delivered two new Dell GX 330 desktop computers on Jan. 6 to Moseley Public School.

“We purchased the computers for the school to thank school officials for loaning campus space to our employees during construction of the new casino late last year,” said David Stewart, CEO of Cherokee Nation Enterprises, which operates Cherokee Casinos. “It’s exciting to know the students will be able to take advantage of the latest technology to help further their education. As a part of this community, we are happy to help out when needed.”

Moseley Public School is located just west of West Siloam Springs and currently offers pre-K through eighth grade to 300 students.

“We are very excited to receive these computers,” said Holly Davis, superintendent of the school system. “We recently disbanded our computer lab to move them into the classrooms, and these two computers help tremendously in our efforts.”

An additional donation of $2,500 for computer software is slated to be given to the school within the next two weeks.