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Community Computer Repair Club Starts Work

Community Computer Repair Club member Aden Shaw learns the components of the computer. Shaw is required to be familiar with the computer hardware to assist in the refurbishing process.

Anna Klauz

October 6, 2019

Community Computer Repair Club has 25 active members this 2019-2020 school year. Andrew Lykenn, club president and senior talks about the club’s first meeting and their goals for upcoming club meetings. “The club is doing really good, today we are just teaching officers how to do things so we can ac...

Computer Building Club talks community service

Evan Shi, club member and freshman, starts off the meeting by checking the computer he is working on for Net-Literacy. Shi starts off by plugging in the computer to make sure it is properly working.

Anna Klauz

March 22, 2019

Computer Building Club continues to produce refurbished computers for Net-Literacy with 15 active members attending club meetings every Wednesday. Ethan Welp, club president and senior, said he likes the positive edge the club gives to students who may want to give back to the community while doing som...

Computer Building Club to continue to refurbish for Net-Literacy

Evan Shi, club member and freshman, starts off the weekly meeting by checking the software of a computer donated by Net-Literacy. This is Shi’s first year as a Computer Club member.

Anna Klauz

February 1, 2019

Computer Building Club will continue to refurbish computers for Net-Literacy throughout the second semester. The club has refurbished around 80 to 90 computers this school year.  Ethan Welp, club president and senior, said he hopes to refurbish 10 to 15 more computers by the end of the third quarte...

Computer Building Club Starts to Refurbish

Club member Bo Sendi starts off a weekly meeting by checking the software of a computer donated by Net-Literacy. Sendi has been a club member since sophomore year.

Anna Klauz

September 19, 2018

Computer Building club’s goal is to refurbish 500 computers by the end of the 2018-19 school year. The club will continue to refurbish computers for Net Literacy, a non-profit organization that donates computers to those who may not be able to afford a computer on their own. Ethan Welp, club presi...