JV Computer Club – Spring 2009

jvcc - Spring 2009

Photo by Becca Gibson, JV ITRT

We really enjoyed the Jackson-Via Computer Club this year!  All of the members have been working very hard to learn the basics of posting to  blogs. The tasks included writing a post and scanning an image into Adobe Fireworks.  We just wish that we had more time to get it all perfect!

Club members are bringing in some books from home to donate to needy children in our area, and we will keep thinking of ways that we can help those in need.

ABC News has done a series of reports on the problems in Appalachia, and here is what they say:

Central Appalachia has up to three times the national poverty rate, an epidemic of prescription drug abuse, the shortest life span in the nation, toothlessness, cancer and chronic depression. But everywhere in these hills, there are also young fighters filled with courage and hope.

Here are some videos to watch:

Our thanks to Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris for showing us his own blog, Ms. Nancy Lambert for her presentation on helping the poor in Kentucky, and Ms. Becca Gibson for helping with the technology tools.

We hope that  all of you who read this will be inspired to reach out and help some of the less fortunate around us!

-Blogger RuthK

2 thoughts on “JV Computer Club – Spring 2009

  1. ElizaBeth McCay says:

    Dear Computer Club students,

    I am so proud to learn more about your work in the club! You were obviously very busy after school. I am also very proud to read what you have written and see your illustrations about what you learned about helping others. That is something very important to our school community. You are helping to live our school motto, “We do whatever it takes.”

    I’m proud of our Jackrabbits!
    Dr. McCay
    Proud Principal

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