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Cumberland gets tech donation

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GEORGIA – May 2, 2012 -- Last week Sandy Springs-based Newell Rubbermaid donated MimioClassroom technology, an integrated suite of interactive teaching tools from its Mimio brand, to Cumberland Academy of Georgia, a Sandy Springs school serving children with high functioning Autism, Asperger’s, LD, ADD and ADHD. Designed to promote more creative teaching and better student engagement, the MimioClassroom products will give Cumberland teachers added curriculum flexibility to cater to multiple learning styles.

Cumberland gets tech donation

From left, Cumberland School Principal Don Sasso, Newell Rubbermaid Manager of Philanthropy Kaye Morgan-Curtis, Mimio Technology Sales Manager Jessica Thornhill and Cumberland Academy co-founder Debbie Scarborough stand next to the donated technology lab made possible by Newell Rubbermaid and Mimio.

Cumberland gets tech donation

Cumberland Academy student Josh Gillis, 10, son of Matthew and Kristy Gillis of Alpharetta, writes a thank-you note to Mimio Technology and Newell Rubbermaid on the new electronic blackboard donated by the companies to his school.

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