Valero donates $10,000 to Miami Trace Local School District


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Valero Energy Foundation recently donated $10,000 to the Miami Trace Local School District for SMART Interactive Panels. In the photo are Kate Dolphin of Valero, Miami Trace Superintendent David Lewis, Karl Charron of Valero, and Katy Zink of Miami Trace.


BLOOMINGBURG – The Valero Energy Foundation has donated $10,000 to the Miami Trace Local School District. The donation will be used to purchase SMART Interactive Panels.

The interactive panels are mobile and eliminate the need for a projector, benefiting both teacher instruction and student learning. The boards also provide a built-in web browser that connects student devices, eliminating the need for an external computer.

The donation helps the school district fulfill its five-year strategic plan, developed in January of this year, which emphasizes its commitment to providing technological devices for staff and students to ensure their success in a global society.

Valero Energy Foundation recently donated $10,000 to the Miami Trace Local School District for SMART Interactive Panels. In the photo are Kate Dolphin of Valero, Miami Trace Superintendent David Lewis, Karl Charron of Valero, and Katy Zink of Miami Trace.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/12/web1_MT-Check1.jpgValero Energy Foundation recently donated $10,000 to the Miami Trace Local School District for SMART Interactive Panels. In the photo are Kate Dolphin of Valero, Miami Trace Superintendent David Lewis, Karl Charron of Valero, and Katy Zink of Miami Trace.

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