High schoolers near London show off their tech know-how

January 16, 2018 by  

Two high school students from Corbin High School, near London, recently had a chance to share their knowledge with the Corbin Board of Education.

At a regular meeting for the Board of Education, two students from the school’s Student Technology Leadership Program, showed the board the presentations that they will be taking to the annual Student Technology Leadership Program State Conference, scheduled for March.

When students need to speak to school boards, they can use presentation folders and materials to help get their point across and to seem prepared and professional.
Vonna Hutson, who sponsors the program at the high school, thanked the board for allowing the students to share their work. The first student to present was Kiana Wine, who’s currently a senior. Wine had two projects to present.

The first was one she worked one with another classmate. The project was on Schoology, a program that the high school currently uses with both staff and students. Wine and her classmate show the school’s teachers how to use the program during sessions held from August through November.

The second presentation from Wine focused on a project created by other classmates. It focused on Overdrive, which provides students with access to ebooks and streaming movies from the public library and from the high school’s media center.

The other student, Josh Patton, also a senior, told the board about his experience competing in regionals and about the upcoming state competition, which will take place in Lexington