Roseburg High School receives computer grant

Roseburg High School (File/SBG photo)

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Writing and science labs are getting a tech boost at Roseburg High School as students use 45 new Chromebooks, thanks to a recent grant from Trust Management Services.

After reviewing the school’s grant application for the new technology in late summer, Trust Management Services awarded $9,850 in late November to purchase the Chromebooks and charging carts. TMS makes grants in Oregon in support of education, community service, cultural, youth activities and historical preservation in a two-year funding cycle across the state’s 36 counties.

RHS Principal Jill Weber extended appreciation to Dr. Julee Richards, a Roseburg dermatologist, and to Richards’ staff, for volunteering to help with the grant application.

“It’s that kind of support from our community—that comes in so many different ways—that helps makes this school and the community the great place it is,” Weber said.

Trust Management Services, LLC, was organized to contract with, assist and better prepare charitable organizations to make sound funding decisions and maximize responsible giving in Oregon. For more information, visit the TMS website at

The mission of the newly formed Roseburg High School Foundation is to enhance and improve educational opportunities through academics, art, athletics, clubs and other activities closely associated with the school. This will be accomplished by drawing financial resources via targeted grant writing, as well as by individual and corporate contributions from those who are committed to the school’s ongoing success.

For more information about the Roseburg High School Foundation, visit

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