Covenant Student Use Skills for the 21st Century

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By ANNALISE KITCHEN

Covenant’s Upper School students have an opportunity to take a typing course to learn how type papers, use PowerPoint, and other beneficial formats to prepare them for life. 

Abi Black, the Upper School rhetoric teacher, teaches the typing course this year at Covenant and already sees improvement in the students.

“It has been helpful on teaching them how to do the projects they have,” Black said. “They have learned how to type papers and how to do power points so far and will learn how to use things that will prepare them not only for the rest of their High School lives but for college as well” 

Covenant eight-grader Hope Lucas decided to join the typing class for this year.

“Typing is great,” Lucas said. “I can already see an improvement not only in my writing but in my projects as well. I’m excited to see how much I’ve improved by the beginning of the year to end of the year!” 

Typing Class meets in Mrs. Black’s Room every Friday from 1:40-2:45.