Civil Geotechnical Consultants (CGC) Brisbane has made a donation to help students at Woodridge State High School. The computer devices donated are to help disadvantaged senior students during COVID-19 home-based learning challenges.

CGC made the donation to support the school’s 21st Century literacy goals during the COVID-19 Home-based Learning period. CGC’s donation supports students and families living and going to the school in the Woodridge/Logan region.

CGC have purchased devices, which they have donated to assist students to increase their digital-literacy during their senior classes.

Kathleen Janecek, Woodridge State High School’s, Principal, explained that the school has been working extremely hard in encouraging BYO device usage by students from Years 7 to 12.

“It will be great to have these devices to assist our families, many of which do not have a computing device in their home.

“The generous support from CGC will allow these students to continue their learning beyond the classroom, providing an opportunity for them to deepen their knowledge and critical thinking skills, while also linking them to resources they may not have had access to previously”.

Holly Carson, Head of Corporate Services for CGC, said CGC is delighted to be able to donate laptops to the students of Woodridge State High School.

“This is part of an ongoing partnership with Woodridge State High School, with CGC continuing to provide support to help improve the opportunities of the students at the school into the future.”

Header Photo – CGC Representative – Holly Carson, Head of Corporate Services with JANECEK Janecek, WSHS Principal

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