In an effort to bolster educational equity throughout the city of Trenton during the COVID-19 crisis, Mayor Reed Gusciora helped Trenton Public Schools distribute laptops to children for use at home during the statewide emergency. Students who were unable to visit any of the three locations (Board of Education building, Trenton Central High School, and the Daylight Twilight School) will receive home delivery of the devices. The distribution began at 9 a.m. on April 8, 2020 as Superintendent Dr. Robert Lee and other members of the Board of Education were in attendance.

See the video below from NJ.com, which captures the highlights from yesterday’s laptop giveaway.