Chantilly High School 50 PCs, two pallets of monitors and a pallet of 8 printers.
Herndon Middle School 25 PCs and a pallet of monitors
Herndon High School 25 PCs and a pallet of monitors
JEB Stuart Middle School a pallet of monitors
VA STAR is in continual need of the following:
1. 80+ GB SATA hard drives
2. LCD monitors with cable
3. USB keyboards
4. USB mice
5. 4-6' power cords
6. VGA cables
7. DVI cables
8. Laser printers
9. Laptops with power bricks
The King William VA STAR Program held an event on Thursday the 7th of February 2013 in which 15 student refurbished computers were donated to the Middle Peninsula Regional Adult Continuing Education program (MP RACE). The MP RACE program serves the counties of Essex, King William, King and Queen, Mathews, Middlesex, New Kent, and The Town of West Point.
The MPRACE program supports the local public school systems in fulfilling their mandates and responsibilities to adult learners seeking to acquire the literacy skills needed to fulfill their roles as parents, workers, and members of a democratic community.The KW VA STAR Program is honored to help this very important program.
Gerrit VanVhoorees (Director of Technology), Mynor Stickley (STAR Trainee), Danielle Robinson (GED Regional Program Manager), Cathy Wallace (Administrative Assistant), James Wallace, and Mike Embrey (ITRS).
"Every inventor and innovator was once a child with an insatiable curiosity.
I hope that by helping with the VA STAR through the years, I whetted a love of
technology in those kids."
--Deep Run High School Student