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We would like to “Welcome” the students/parents to the 2016-17 school year! The administration has decided to go paperless and go to online registration for the upcoming school year. In an effort to improve critical student information, the Grundy Area Vocational Center will be using an Internet-based system, www.TeacherEase.com , to collect contact information and other relevant student data. Our hope is that . . .
On September 22, 2016, Officer Michael Imhof of the Coal City Police Department visited with Mr. Hanley's first year criminal justice students. Officer Imhof spoke of his career path, police experiences and his training to become a 21 year career police officer. Officer Imhof talked of characteristics of a good police officer and the need for sound logical problem-solving and good common sense. The students asked . . .
The CMT I students have recently learned how to test the voltage of the main motherboard power connector to ensure the power supply is operational. They also learned how to apply Ohm's Law and the Power Formula to calculate the power needs of a system. Pictured are CMT I students testing the voltages at the main motherboard power connectors in a variety of computer systems.
The Computer Graphics & Multimedia Design Lab now has backlit keyboards and mice at every station to help students learn during instruction. When instruction occurs, the room is completely dark as the students follow along viewing an 88” projector screen and also two brand new 55” TV’s. In other news, the Live Streaming Program added an additional sponsor this year along with 5 year sponsor, . . .
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