RRXLING11First came the calls. Then the reams of paper, more precious in a cash-strapped public school than gold. Finally, the checks arrived. Anna Lane Lingelbach Elementary, a public school in Germantown, began the academic year with a discretionary budget of $160: 40 cents to spend on each needy student. But after readers learned of the school’s plight in November from an Inquirer story, an avalanche of donations flowed from around the country. ¬†Most notably, one anonymous angel gave the school $100,000, a sum that should buy Google Chromebooks for each of the school’s 420 students, kindergarten through eighth grade. For a place that principal Marc Gosselin had described as “so far below just the baseline that you need to run a school,” the generosity feels like a dream. “This will help to bridge the equity gap in our school,” Gosselin said last week. More