Lindenwood University partnered with Francis Howell School District to support student learning. Dr. John Porter, President of Lindenwood University, and Scott Myers, Director of Development, presented a check for the purchase of ten mobile hotspots to Dr. Nathan Hoven, school district superintendent.
“We are grateful for the generous support of Lindenwood University and Dr. John Porter,” Hoven shared. “This donation demonstrates Lindenwood’s deep commitment to our community and will help ensure technological equity among students in the Francis Howell School District. I look forward to the many ways our two great institutions will partner together in the future.”
Francis Howell School District is providing mobile hot spots to approximately 500 students participating in virtual learning this fall. This initiative seeks to ensure reliable internet connectivity for students based on a technology needs assessment conducted by the district. Lindenwood’s contribution to the district will provide ten students with this important educational resource for the first semester of the school year.