Clay County schools are offering free introductory computer classes for adults in May, according to a media release.
The classes on computers and cloud-based computing will be offered at three local schools and will include a complimentary meal.
This course will in local school district computer labs will be taught by Jana Fletcher, Henrietta ISD business and technology teacher, and Clay County Judge Mike Campbell, former technology specialist for Region 9 Education Service Center.
Each three-hour class will begin at 6 p.m. This will be a hands-on class, so space is limited.
To enroll in the course call 940-538-4651 or go to the Clay County Website: http://co.clay.tx.us
Here is the course content:
Cybersecurity and Internet Safety
What is the “Cloud” and what are Cloud-based applications
Intro to Word Processing
Using Spreadsheets with real-world examples
The class will be held on the following dates:
Bellevue High School, May 3
Henrietta High School, May 5
Midway High School, May 10
The classes are being offered thanks to a grant through the North Texas Regional Planning Commission in cooperation with Clay County Texas A&M Agrilife Extension, Clay County and Clay County ISDs.
This article originally appeared on Wichita Falls Times Record News: Free computer class offered in Clay County
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