Arbour Hospital Donates Kindle Fires to English High School Library

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The English High School headmaster and students accept Kindle Fire donation from Arbour Hospital

Arbour Hospital donated 10 Kindle Fires to English High School on March 23rd in an effort to help improve literacy, add technology to the suite of options at their recently renovated library, and better prepare students for life after graduation.

English High School Headmaster Ligia Noriega-Murphy, far left, and students accept Kindle Fire donations from Arbour Hospital.

Eric Kennedy, CEO of Arbour Hospital, presented the donation to Headmaster Dr. Ligia Noriega-Murphy, who was joined by English High students and Brian Murphy, director of outpatient services at Arbour Counseling Services.

Arbour Hospital is located  on Robinwood Avenue in Jamaica Plain and provides inpatient and outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents dealing with mental illnesses.