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Students in Principles of Information Technology and Computer Science classes learn skills such as web design, game development and coding. The Computer Science class assists the PIT class in assembling, imaging, and installing custom-built PCs in the labs.

Provided by Muleshoe ISD

February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month in the State of Texas. Through CTE, Muleshoe High School students are able to go beyond general career knowledge to hands-on experience and training. The Principles of IT and Computer Science classes taught by A.J. Villanueva help students gain skills from hardware to coding with an emphasis on professionalism.

Principles of IT

Students in PIT have been extremely busy this school year. So far, they have completed a unit in HTML/CSS Web Design, Game Development with Unity and Intro to Programming. In addition, they have gained valuable IT experience assembling, imaging and installing over 60 custom-built PCs to replace older computers in Muleshoe ISD labs. Students are gaining hardware, networking and professionalism skills needed to work in the IT industry. They plan to build at least two more labs worth of computers in the coming months.

Computer Science

Computer Science students have also completed an HTML/CSS Web Design unit, and have almost completed a CodeHS course on Java programming. After completing the Java unit, they will move on to the Python programming language.

In addition to the programming experience, the CS class has assisted the PIT class in assembling, imaging and installing the custom-built PCs in our labs.

Gail M. Williams


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