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Sheridan students fix school devices as part of a school effort to put to use practical hands-on experience. While fixing devices that desperately need to be fixed.
Sheridan offers students a chance to put their skills to good use by allowing the students to repair computers and other devices at school according to an article published by wyomingnews.com. Among the things getting fixed are Chromebooks, keyboards, screens, faulty track-pads, and just about any other electronics that can be broke then repaired again. It is representing a wealth of experience for people needing hands-on learning in a job that they are considering someday for themselves. There will be nothing but more computers in the classroom in the years to come. It makes sense that the students can maintain and repair them. Check out the story for a full read.