HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township's high schools recently received a donation of desks to help students work more collaboratively in the classroom.  

Tony Nami, of Prior and Nami Business Systems, was on hand last week to unveil the two new stand-up whiteboard desks for the Hamilton High School West Media Center.

West teacher Gerard VanSlooten expressed his gratitude to Nami saying, "These desks provide another option for our students to work collaboratively in groups or independently here in our Media Center. They are an excellent educational accessory."

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Prior and Nami gave a total of six desks to the Hamilton Township School District. In addition to the whiteboard desks at West, he provided two stand-up desks each to Nottingham High School and Steinert High School.  

Prior and Nami has been a Hamilton-based business since 1910 selling and servicing business and office equipment. 

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