To support its local community during the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical and practice management software company Experity has offered free storage to the Harlem Consolidated School District. The 5,000 square foot space at Experity’s Machesney Park headquarters will allow schools in the district to remove furniture and build socially distant classrooms for safer in-person learning.
“Our company is proud to hire tech professionals from a deep talent pool in the Rockford area, which would not be possible without our outstanding school systems,” said David Stern, CEO of Experity. “We are delighted to play a small part in helping our local schools in a time of need and look forward to assisting in building a safe learning environment for students in the area.”
The majority of Experity employees have continued to work remotely since March. The extra space at company headquarters and the school district’s need for storage created an ideal pairing that utilises the space in a meaningful way.
“Experity’s support has allowed us to remove non-essential furniture in order to maximise classroom space for our staff and students,” said Josh Aurand, assistant superintendent for Business and Operations, for the Harlem Consolidated School District. “We are very grateful for their commitment to the District and our community.”