Prismworks Technology joined local community members April 12-14 to support Trinity High School’s second annual Shamrock 100 fundraising event.

The event saw Trinity High School’s Principal John Cominsky walk 100 miles around the school track alongside students and community members. The challenge was completed over three days with food and games provided to keep the participants’ momentum going. The funds raised will benefit Trinity High School and its students. The school will also contribute 10% of the proceeds toward the Saint Francis Soup Kitchen located in downtown Harrisburg.

Prismworks Technology CEO Mike Glumac (right) grabs a photo with Trinity High School Principal John Cominsky (left) as he completes the Shamrock 100.

Prismworks served as a sponsor for the event to support long-time customer Trinity High School. Prismworks has been working with the school for over a decade, and most recently addressed IT needs including a network refresh, datacenter refresh, and a large-scale endpoint deployment. Prismworks also provides backup and disaster recovery managed administration for the school.

“We partnered with Prismworks Technology to update our entire technological infrastructure. Their suggestions regarding equipment were invaluable, and their team worked to get us great pricing,” said Cominsky. “From start to finish, Prismworks has brought Trinity’s students and teachers a comprehensive, state-of-the-art technological infrastructure.”

Prismworks enjoys establishing and maintaining high-performing, stable, and secure technology systems for Trinity High School. Prismworks is happy to not only support the school’s technical operations, but its mission to provide a holistic education to develop students into upstanding citizens.

“The Prismworks team took the time to learn about the needs of our school community, and then worked to build this infrastructure around our specific needs,” said Cominsky. “The results have been a spectacular success for our students and teachers.”

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