EnerDel donates gently used laptops to Indianapolis Public Schools
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – 7 July 2017 – Today EnerDel, an Indianapolis-based leading supplier of advanced lithium-ion batteries, donated a number of gently used laptops to the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) system who will present them to a group of valedictorian and salutatorian students. These are the top two students, academically, from IPS high schools and this donation will help them as they prepare to head to college in the fall, as several of these students did not have personal computers. The students receiving theses computers have had non-traditional upbringings, having to overcome struggles and hardships many of their peers did not have to experience.
Additionally, students at the Simon Youth Academy will benefit from EnerDel‘s computer donation by receiving several laptops. The Simon Youth Academy is an alternative school housed in the Circle Center Mall and targets students with a non-traditional learning style.
“On behalf of Indianapolis Public Schools, we are appreciative of EnerDel and the generosity you have shown our students. Your computer donation will help to ensure that our students have the tools they need to succeed academically. We thank you for showing compassion and kindness to students who often face many challenges along the way as over 80% of our students come from low socio-economic homes. Thank you to the EnerDel team for the difference you make for our students and in our community, the good deed will have a rippling effect for a long time!” Tracey Danner-Odenwelder, Ed.D, IPS Director of Advancement.
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EnerDel Inc. is a privately‐held company headquartered in Indianapolis. It manufactures advanced, lithium‐ion batteries and energy storage systems for electric grid, transportation and industrial applications. The company’s prismatic cell design and modular stacking architecture combine to provide customers with production‐ready solutions that address their power and energy storage needs. For additional information, visit EnerDel.com.
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