Levera Resort Announces Educational Computer Donations

The Levera Beach Resort, being constructed on Grenada’s northern coast, donated 30 computer tablets to benefit Grenada Schools Inc.  The presentation took place at the groundbreaking ceremony held in November, 2016.

Anthony Boatswain, Minister of Education and Andrea Phillip, CEO Grenada Schools Inc. attended the ceremony in support of the project, received the items on behalf of the beneficiary schools, and expressed gratitude to the development team for the generous support towards improving education in the district.

The donation is the first of many to more….the Levera development team’s commitment to advance the country of Grenada doesn't stop at using sustainable building materials and protecting the land.  The organization’s quest to become part of a larger community development initiative started with the donation of 30 Android powered tablets to be implemented in the schools and libraries in Grenada. This first donation is part of a larger goal...to have at least 30 tablets in all the Grenada Schools Inc. 50+ libraries and public primary schools, which equates to over a thousand in total tablet donations.  

This gift is seen as an investment into the country-a social responsibility project into the education system- to become more competitive in the technology trend and will benefit the schools and libraries in their goal to improve educational achievement through literacy.

The Levera Beach Resort, located adjacent to the National Park and bordering the Caribbean Sea, has been under construction for several months.  The first phase of this million dollar project, Turtle Beach Hotel, will encompass an 80 unit boutique hotel, 40 hotel cottages, 20 casitas and villas, infinity pools, spa, and an organic orchard used to service the 2 farm-to-table restaurants. 

Additional info as published in the local news:
http://nowgrenada.com/2016/11/first-delivery-tablet-computers/#prettyPhoto