Lafayette engineering students rehab, donate computers, printers

Mr. Richard Aadahl's engineering classes recently refurbished donated computers under the Virginia Student Training and Refurbishment (VASTAR) program.

In one generous night of giving, 53 refurbished computers and 40 printers were donated to the community and to students.

Some of the student volunteers are pictured with Aadahl, Principal Anita Swinton and Student Advancement Coach Archie Jefferson.

This is the third year for Lafayette and in that time additional donations have been made to local churches, organizations, schools and apartment complexes.

Lafayette High School is one of three high schools in the Williamsburg-James City County School Division that serves more than 11,300 students.

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