Home Savings Donates $25K to Ursuline High School
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Home Savings Bank has donated $25,000 to Ursuline High School for the purchase of equipment to support the school’s science curriculum.
The funds will be used to purchase an Anatomage Table and an accompanying digital library, which allow students in biology, health and anatomy courses view photorealistic renderings of bodies developed from human cadavers.
“With built-in and customized quizzes on the table, students will be able to interactively test their knowledge,” said Ursuline High School’s president, the Rev. Richard Murphy, in a statement. “The teachers will use comparative, clinical anatomy from real patient data from the digital library in their instruction.”
The donation helps establish a solid foundation for the education of future students, said Home Savings’ Trish Gelsomino.
“We are so proud to support Ursuline High School in their strategic endeavors as they continue their commitment to academic excellence, technology enhancements and 21st century facilities,” she said. “All of these initiatives play a role in their efforts to provide a good environment and to prepare their students for the future.”
Pictured: Ursuline High School President the Rev. Richard Murphy, Ursuline principal Matthew Sammartino and Home Savings Bank treasury management officer Mary Beth Phillips.
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