Bay City trustees honor students for software expertise

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Above, from left, Sarah Khatib, Vishwa Shaw, William Teague, Camryn Brown and Brittany Jenkins received the distinction of “Microsoft Certified Expert (MCE)” by becoming certified in Microsoft Office 2010 Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. All five students were recognized by the BCISD Board of Trustees with medals and awards during their Monday, Oct. 19 meeting.

   Five students were recognized by the BCISD Board of Trustees with medals and awards, Monday Oct. 19.
   Sarah Khatib, Vishwa Shaw, William Teague, Camryn Brown and Brittany Jenkins received the distinction of “Microsoft Certified Expert (MCE)” by becoming certified in Microsoft Office 2010 Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
   “The MCE designation may now be placed on their resumes,” said high school principal Christopher Townsend.
   After that, the board went into executive session at 7:10 to confer with their lawyer about conducting the hearing of a Level III Grievance.
   Essentially, a grievance is a formalized complaint that requires a formalized response from the district.

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