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Posted August 26, 2014

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Autism-Specific Classrooms Receive Big Donation

Holman's USA and its foundation donated iPads and equipment.

McCollum Principal Carrie McGill, teacher Samantha Hannah and Holman’s USA President/CEO Anthony Trujillo with Samantha’s class.

Three special autism-specific classrooms at McCollum Elementary School and Highland High School received a very special gift today.

Holman’s USA and the Holman’s Technology for Autism Foundation donated $19,000 worth of iPads and equipment to teachers in autism-specific classrooms at McCollum and Highland, where teachers Samantha Hannah, Angelita McCarter and Elizabeth Teymoori serve students with autism. Holman’s has been a longtime supporter of APS autism-specific classrooms, and most recently sponsored a Symphony for Autism concert in collaboration with the APS Special Education, the APS Education Foundation and the New Mexico Philharmonic.

Thanks to Holman’s President/CEO Anthony Trujillo, who also is a member of the APS Education Foundation Board of Directors.

 

Highland Principal Marco Harris, Mr. Trujillo and teacher Elizabeth Teymoori take a selfie

Highland Principal Marco Harris, Mr. Trujillo and teacher Elizabeth Teymoori take a selfie.

 

McCollum Assistant Principal Ramoncita Garcia, Principal Carrie McGill, teacher Angel McCarter and Mr. Trujillo with Angel’s class.

McCollum Assistant Principal Ramoncita Garcia, Principal Carrie McGill, teacher Angel McCarter and Mr. Trujillo with Angel’s class.

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