Las Vegas, Nev. – Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (Broadbent), a full service environmental, water resource, and civil engineering firm, recently donated $4,500 in headsets to students at Robert Taylor Elementary School. The headsets will provide a much-needed learning tool to students as they navigate remote education during the pandemic.
“We are proud to do our part to fill a need in the community during these difficult times,” said Kirk Stowers, Principal of Broadbent & Associates’ Las Vegas location. “With families turning their homes into classrooms, we hope that these headsets will prove beneficial to students when attending class and focusing on their schoolwork. We look forward to continuing to support our community to promote the success of our students.”
Virtual learning has presented many challenges including ensuring that school-age children have access to necessary technology and supplies for a remote school year. Broadbent worked with Robert Taylor Elementary School to select an item that would help students, ultimately deciding on the donation of 500 headsets to ease worries of parents and students maintaining a home learning environment.
About Broadbent & Associates
Broadbent & Associates is a full-service environmental, water resource and civil engineering firm. With a staff of approximately 100 employees, Broadbent & Associates has eight offices in five states and serves clients in the United States and beyond. Their mission is to build long-term client relationships by providing sound scientific solutions to comprehensive resource management challenges. For more information on Broadbent & Associates, visit www.broadbentinc.com.