Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

 Technology Donation Drive

With the closing of  our school campuses for in-person instruction, the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System has implemented distance learning methods for the continuation of teaching and learning.  While we are closed, students will receive instruction via the internet, social media and our recently launched SCCPSS Education Channel with Comcast, Channel 195. It is our hope that these tools will enable us to bridge the educational gap while our students are away. By shifting to a mandatory learning-at-home environment, the role of technology has never been greater.  In a strategic move to ensure technology barriers were addressed, the district pulled devices from schools at the end of March for distribution to students.  However, many students still do not have devices or access to technology at home.   We are asking for funding support from business partners and/or individuals to assist us in securing Chromebooks for students in need. Any monetary donation would be a tremendous help to sustain academic progress for our students.​​


Our special thanks to those who have donated thus far: ​
  • ​Gulfstream
  • SunTrust
  • International Paper
  • United Way
  • Virginia Maynor
  • Chatham Parkway Toyota 
  • BankSouth
  • Arey Jones​
  • Cho​ate Construction
  • Anonymous Donors (4)
  • Georgia United Credit Union
  • SEDA
  • Mitsubishi
  • Bouhan  Falligant​
  • LS3P
  • CPPI
  • South State Bank​​
  • Hussey Gay Bell
  • Georgia Ports Authority
  • Georgia Heritage Federal Credit Union
  • Daija Kent​
  • Tidewater Landscape Management
  • NetPlanner
  • Kinder Morgan
If you would like to make a donation to help provide students in our community with the personal computing device they need to continue distance learning, please contact Clyde Netwon, Economic Development Liaison at (912) 395-6766, email or click here to donate online​.

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