Harford County Public Schools Receives $19,000 Donation from OMNI Technologies, LLC



From left to right: Robert Limpert, supervisor of Magnet and Career and Technology Education Programs, Harford County Public Schools; Gerald Williams, OMNI Technologies, LLC.; Jim Reynolds, principal, Havre de Grace High School; Brandon Beyer, technology education teacher, Havre de Grace High School; Andrew Downs, technology education teacher, Havre de Grace High School; and Rick Smith, OMNI Technologies, LLC.


Funding will provide technology for a high school classroom


Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) is the recipient of a $19,000 donation from OMNI Technologies, LLC. The donation will be used to purchase 30 laptops and a charging cart for Havre de Grace High School’s Technology Education Department.

The new technology will benefit the high school students as they participate in the Technology Education curriculum and will afford them the opportunity to use the new laptops with the latest version of the AutoCAD suite to design and create.

“Harford County Public Schools is excited about our new partnership with OMNI Technologies, LLC and grateful for the generous financial contribution they provided,” said HCPS Supervisor of Magnet and Career and Technology Education Programs Robert Limpert. “This partnership will impact all the students at Havre de Grace High School as they complete course work in the Technology Education program and will help encourage students to pursue career paths in STEM-related areas.”

The financial donation from OMNI Technologies was made possible through the HCPS Partnership Network, which offers opportunities for teachers, businesses, and community agencies to form partnerships with the school system to enhance students’ experiences and build bridges of understanding and positive working relationships between the business and education communities.


“As Information Technology professionals, the leadership and staff at OMNI Technologies understand the importance of providing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs within the public school system,” said OMNI Chief Operating Officer Gerald Williams. “For the U.S. to remain relevant in the world market, we must take our STEM education seriously. OMNI is dedicated to this effort and wanted to prove our dedication by partnering with Harford County Public Schools.”


OMNI Technologies, LLC is a premier Enterprise Information Technology service provider that has earned a stellar reputation for providing its clients with qualified resources with exceptional skills and diverse experiences. Its staff specializes in quickly, accurately and seamlessly delivering the latest technologies and business processes to ensure its clients remain competitive in an ever changing marketplace.

To learn more about the HCPS Partnership Network and to become a partner today, visit https://www.hcps.org/community/partnerships/Default.aspx.

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