McKendree Donates Computer Tables to Lebanon High School

Lebanon, Ill. — Computer lab tables were moved from one Lebanon campus to another recently, as McKendree University donated classroom furniture to Lebanon High School. The university’s Information Technology Department is replacing the work stations, which have space for 35 computers, said George Kriss, director of information technology.

They will be installed at the high school in Classroom LAB 20 by teacher Marsha Schmittling’s Computers & Business Concepts I & II students.

“We are very proud to partner with such a wonderful university who is committed to supporting the community and assisting the local school district,” said Leigh Jackson, LHS principal.

McKendree will replace the furniture and put flat screen monitors in Room 120 of Piper Academic Center. The classroom will also get a fresh coat of paint and new carpeting before students return in August.

Installing computers tables to Lebanon High School

George Kriss (center), Director of Information Technology at McKendree University, helps Bob Montgomery (left) and Tom Krumseig of Lebanon High School move the computer work stations out of Piper Academic Center.