Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

If a teacher runs into a problem with a computer program while teaching, they can call the school's technology coach and, in minutes, the coach and a student will be there to help fix the issue.

Troubleshooting technology troubles for teachers is one of the many tasks student tech leaders perform at Ecker Hill Middle School and Treasure Mountain Junior High. They also teach new students and parents how to use the school's online learning software, present at statewide teacher conferences and film and edit videos for the morning announcements. It is all part of the GenYes program.

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Back row, from left: Quin Pulham, Emery Nelson, Elina Nirula, Natalie Sheridan, Colton Schindler
and Maddox Sapp. Front row, from left: Madison Coine and Jack Saladyga.
Students in the seventh grade GenYes program help teachers,
students and parents with their technology needs.
(Photo by Carolyn Webber Alder/Park Record)


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