• Digital Information Technology (ComTech)

    Mrs. N Velazquez

    nvelazquez@msaschool.org

    This course is designed to provide an introduction to information technology concepts as well as the impact information technology has on the world, people, and industry. The content includes information technology, operating systems and software applications; electronic communications including e-mail, chat and Internet services. Students will begin to evaluate their future career options and the skills needed to be successful in the workplace. Students will learn to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and will take industry certification exams for each.

     

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Mrs. V

I'm a native of Wisconsin and have lived in Florida for over a decade. I have a bachelor's degree in Educational Studies from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Prior to becoming an educator, I worked in child welfare and ran my own business selling handmade goods.

I highly value the arts and greatly appreciate all of the opportunities that MSA has to offer. I feel that my class provides valuable skills that everyone needs to be successful in their chosen career. Pursuing a career in the arts requires proficiency on the business side, and my goal is to help students gain those skills.

In my free time, I enjoy sewing and machine embroidery. Rarely a day goes by that I do not make something. I have been sewing for over 20 years and have made pretty much everything that can be made with fabric. I recently won ribbons for my work at the Manatee County Fair, and I was accepted to a Master's program in costume design many years ago (I did not attend due to familial obligations, but it's nice to have my skills recognized!). 

I live with my husband and 3 teenage daughters, two of whom attend MSA. We share our home with 6 cats (yes, 6!). 

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