Nowhere has the need for technology and computers been needed more during the pandemic than in schools. Many families had to make some hard adjustments during the height of the pandemic to make sure their kids were taken care of as technology ruled the way that things were done during the height of COVID-19. Sparklight, an internet company, is helping with the donation of Chromebooks for students at Lincoln Elementary School in Pana. GM of Sparklight, Kenny Wright says that access is invaluable in 2021.
In a post COVID world, making that adjustment from working at home and going to school at home continues to be something that many people do. Having chromebooks makes it easier for these students.
The School has already received the Chromebooks. There will be a presentation done in August when the kids come back. If you have more information you can visit www.sparklight.com.
Wright says that it’s about improving technology.
Sparklight has donated more than 2,000 Chromebooks to Title 1 Schools over the last eight years.