A measure was sent to the city's Property and Claims Committee last week to accept donations to Attleboro's schools that added up to over $53,000.
The committee, headed by James DiLisio, will likely discuss the donations at committee meetings Tuesday night and the City Council will likely vote on whether or not to accept the donations next month.
Attleboro's Sensata Technologies was among the biggest donors, donating 16 Dell laptops, 44 precision laptops, 24 laptop charging carts and four Ipads.
The Attleboro Blue Pride Gridiron Club donated weight training and flooring equipment in the amount of $32,500.
Below is a full list of recent donations to Attleboro Public Schools:
- Plumbing tools/equipment from the RIGID Corporation to the CTE Plumbing Program with an estimated value of $2,700
- A Duster Model 2000 air cleaning system from the Minuteman Press of Seekonk to Attleboro High School with an estimated value of $1,700.
- A spiral-punch system and pocket laminator from the Minuteman Press of Seekonk to Attleboro High School with an estimated value of $1,500.
- A product donation from the North Attleboro J-Ann's Fabric & Craft Store from the "Kid's In Need Foundation" for the Wamsutta Middle School.
- From Sensata Technologies: 16 Dell D630 laptops with power adapter with an estimated value of $2,800, 44 Dell Precision laptops with power adapter with an estimated value of 8,800, 3 Norwood Commercial Furniture 24 outlet laptop charging carts with an estimated total value of $1,500, 4 IPads with an estimated value of $399 each to the Insisghts Program at Willett Elementary School
- Weight Training and Flooring Equipment with an estimated value of $32,500 to Attleboro High School from the Blue Pride Gridiron Club