Technology fun at charter school

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Beginning with Children Charter School students dazzled their friends and families with a keen knowledge of computers, mapping programs and a host of other technological feats at its annual technology fair.

Students from grades K-8 presented numerous projects that showed how technology is integrated into everyday learning at the school. The display pieces included projects that the students completed during the school year in different subjects, including math, history and science.

“People say the children are our future, and today we saw that many of those children are ready to take on that future

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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