US-based web-to-print packaging company CompanyBox has created personal privacy dividers for K-12 grade students.
CompanyBox donated 5,500 lightweight, easy-to-carry dividers to the Geneva Area Schools district in Ohio.
The school has plans to open on 1 September.
Geneva High School principal Doug Wetherholt said: “We were looking at dividers for our students coming back to the classroom, but many are cost-prohibitive. The CompanyBox solution is a perfect alternative.”
Equipped with a plastic window and a twist-lock, these fully customisable dividers are also designed to easily fit inside lockers.
CompanyBox has also used eco-friendly ink to print each student’s name on the corrugated dividers.
Wetherholt added: “Adding names was important to us. It will keep the kids from sharing a common item and cut down on contamination.
“This is an extra layer of protection that makes people feel comfortable sending their kids back to school. We want the very best for all our students and staff. Their health and safety are our number one priority.”
The dividers come in small and large sizes for elementary children, and middle and high school students, respectively. A pack of dividers can be used all throughout the year.
CompanyBox is also offering these exclusive student dividers to other schools.
Based in Charlotte North Carolina, CompanyBox was formed in 2014.