On Thursday, June 6, LSINC CEO Alicia Ryan along with Senator Arthur Orr accepted donations on behalf of the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering Foundation. The donations came from Davidson Technologies and Torch Technologies, totaling $350,000 dollars that will be put towards the development of the school that is currently being built.
Alabama’s Cyber School is a magnet school that will serve and educate 7th through 12th graders. Scheduled to open in August 2020, the enrollment for the magnet school is targeted at 350, approximately half of which will live on campus.
To read the press releases about the donations, visit either WAAY 31 or Huntsville/Madison County Chamber’s websites. LSINC is honored to have a CEO so devoted and involved in giving back to the children of the Huntsville community, as well as the state of Alabama, and we want to express gratitude to Davidson Technologies and Torch Technologies for supporting education for the future of Alabama.