The Computer Education I course provides students with the ability to use computers, software, and the Internet as tools for success in their education and for their personal use.
Students will learn to use technology as a tool as they study basic hardware, software, and systems operations. Additional topics of study will be file management, graphics, computer ethics, careers and an introduction to game design concepts. Current Internet ethical and safety considerations will be covered.
Computer lab 206 is available each day after school although all programs may not be available in that lab. Disks, CDs, and/or flash drives may NOT be brought from home.
Students who are absent have the responsibility of coming in before school to make up their lessons to achieve all possible progress points. If you are absent you should be in morning lab the next day; plan for it so you are not behind.