LEWISTON — Consolidated Communications awarded a $2,500 grant to Lewiston Public Schools through its Consolidated Connects Educational Grant Program to eight K-12 schools in support of innovative, technology-focused learning programs.

The funds are going to computer science for Lewiston programming and were part of $20,000 awarded to initiatives supporting creative student learning and innovative technologies. The grants, awarded as a part of the program’s inaugural grant cycle, are directed toward schools and initiatives within the company’s service area that advance creative student learning, develop 21st century skills, promote critical thinking and utilize innovative technologies. In response to the ongoing pandemic, this grant cycle focused on funding projects that address virtual/remote learning resource gaps.


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