New Jersey school for special needs receives technology grant

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

The Lewis School of Princeton is pleased to announce the completion of the second phase of its Technology Initiative through funding from The Roma Bank Community Foundation and many families and friends of The Lewis School. The majority of classrooms at The Lewis School are now equipped with state-of-the-art interactive white boards, Hitachi Interactive Projectors, project-ready porcelain white boards, Apple MacBook Pros and iPads.

The Roma Bank Community Foundation has generously donated $40,000 to The Lewis School’s Technology InitiativeThe Roma Bank Community Foundation and The Lewis School are both firmly committed to community outreach that serves education, the arts, and human wellness and self-esteem among young people challenged by dyslexia, auditory processing difficulties and related language-based learning issues.

The Lewis School is pioneering the appropriate use of technology for dyslexic and learning different students giving a competitive advantage to our educational process that is reflected in current technology.  The Lewis School’s initiatives will expand technology to benefit all students. The Lewis School community begins celebrating forty years of pioneering education at the forefront of multisensory teaching, learning and the brain.

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