As we near the end of another school year, KidsTek students at Denver high schools are working hard to finish with success and taking time to celebrate their achievements.
At North High School, students in Senior Instructor Emily Tow’s Business Computing class are creating Google Sites portfolios to feature some of their work from this year. Students choose projects to highlight for each of four categories: Most Fun, Most Useful, Most Challenging, and My Best Work. “I love this capstone project because reflection is a key part of learning for our students and I also deeply value their feedback about the class and their learning to improve the curriculum for future years,” said Tow.
Both at North and Florence Crittenton High Schools, some students have already started to receive their earned laptops. “It’s one of the most rewarding parts of my job,” said Tow. “We have so many students who have never had a computer of their own before and they have worked very hard to earn one. Seeing the excitement on their faces when they pull out their laptops for the first time always makes my day!”
Congratulations to all of our students on their hard work and good luck to our graduating seniors as they launch into the next chapter of their lives!