TowneBank grant funds IWA technologies improvements 

Published six:27 pm Monday, April 17, 2023

On hand for grant presentation have been, from left, Thomas Woodward, Kelley Healey and Hillary Smith, all of TowneBank Isle of Wight Academy Board Chair Michael King IWA Headmaster Mark Munford and Robin Cooke of TowneBank. (Submitted photo)

Isle of Wight Academy has received a $130,000 grant from the TowneBank Foundation to fund technologies upgrades all through the college.  

Especially, the donation will be utilised toward the acquire and installation of New Optima ’75  Interactive Displays for all 36 classrooms, assisting students across all grade levels, kindergarten by means of 12th.  

The New Optima 75-inch interactive displays function constructed-in file manager apps for less complicated access to all documents, wireless collaboration, enhanced fluid writing and interactive characteristics with Inventive Board, swift-draw pen and the new Inventive Touch five Series premium interactive flat panel displays.

“We are so pretty grateful to TowneBank for this generous donation,” mentioned Mike King, chairman of the IWA Board of Directors. “We take wonderful pride in creating our  students to their fullest prospective and the grant from TowneBank will help us by delivering a high quality education by means of the newest technologies. Their assistance and commitment to this neighborhood is tremendously appreciated.”  

“Up-to-date technologies is vitally critical in today’s globe,” added Bob Aston, executive chairman of TowneBank. “We are honored to assistance Isle of Wight Academy as they continue  to inspire excellence and prepare students for a vibrant future.”  

Installation of the interactive displays is underway and will be completed by the commence of the subsequent academic year.  

Isle of Wight Academy is an independent, non-sectarian, coeducational college-preparatory day college that was founded in 1967. It has additional than 700 students in preschool 12th grade.

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