Children at the Boys & Girls Club of the South Coast Area in San Clemente got a special surprise Friday. Thanks to donations from technology companies Microsoft and Ingram Micro, as well donations from the Jeff Peters Memorial Gift and Woodcrafters Custom Cabinetry, the club unveiled a new educational technology center Friday. Andy Brosche, program director of the club, said the technology center, which includes 18 PC workstations and 10 tablet computers, had been a major priority given the organizations 2012 focus on improving educational opportunities at the club. Students will be required to spend 80 percent of their computer time on educational activities, Brosche said. The primary tool will be an educational program called Successmakers, which will attempt to improve students’ math and science through testing and reinforcement. Brosche said the program would also allow struggling students to get individual attention from teachers at the Boys & Girls Club. In addition to the educational software, students will also receive instruction on how to conduct themselves online in a safe and civil way.