BTC proudly donated tablets and protective masks just ahead of today’s first official day back to the classroom for government schools. The company provided branded protective masks for teachers and administrators at Gambier Primary, H.O. Nash Junior High, Stapeldon School, Eva Hilton and Thelma Gibson Primary. Tablets were donated to students at Thelma Gibson Primary School and students in Abaco. CEO, Garry Sinclair said, “This is just one of the ways that we are giving back to our communities. We know that there is high demand for tablets and electronic devices for students returning to school, but accessibility and affordability may pose a problem for some.
As we seek to bridge the digital divide, we’re happy to provide some devices to the schools’ administrative teams who will give the devices to the students who need them the most.
This initiative will continue with the launch of a nationwide connectivity campaign, which will ensure that each of our customers, on every island rock and cay has access to a resilient broadband solution to meet their needs.” BTC presented the local District Superintendent of Education in Abaco and Thelma Gibson Primary’s principal with the devices. The company will also donate tablets to Grand Bahama and Eleuthera this week. BTC has also partnered with Great Commission Ministries to provide grocery and lunch
supplies for over 100 families in need.
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