Microsoft and DPI providing technical know-how classes
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on November 28, 2010 1:50 AM
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Jennifer Tyndall, instructor for the Microsoft IT Academy at Spring Creek High School, hosted a pilot program this semester. The program goes statewide effective January. Many students at Spring Creek have since become certified in Microsoft Word and are now learning Publishing. Tyndall works with student Lauren Hales designing a prospective card for LaGrange Medical Center.
While attending a conference in July, Erlene Brogden learned about a proposed pilot program that will ultimately provide technology training at every public high school in the state. She immediately recommended Spring Creek High School as a candidate. "The...
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