Wed, Jan 17, 2018 07:11 AM
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
JCMS among high-achieving schools to receive HP grant money

PALO ALTO, Calif. — HP (NYSE:HPQ) has announced 15 new recipients of the HP High-Achieving Schools Grant.

The grant is designed to provide technology, training and support to public middle or high schools serving low-income students that exhibit academic excellence.

This year’s selection focused on science achievement.

Recipients will receive equipment, services, training and cash from HP valued at $135,000. The grant includes an HP wireless mobile classroom that consists of 30 wireless, Internet-connected computers housed in a motorized cart that can be moved around the school to enable use of technology by different students and teachers.

Among the recipients is Johnson County Middle School in Paintsville.

Appalachian Regaional
Big Sandy area students make National Honor Roll
New scholarship program
Blevins, Perry attend Transy computer camp
Sen. Blevins speaks to Governor's Scholars
Thomas, Moore attend KASEP in Lexington
Site Search