Students Have Computer Access in Unlikely Place at Patriot High School
Posted on 10/30/2017
Patriot High School students at a workstation in commons area of school

Wi-Fi is where you find it, but easily accessible workstations could be a problem if the computer labs are full and you can’t get to the library. Patriot High School in Nokesville has unveiled standing workstations in both common areas of the school for students to have computer access during lunch and before and after school. 

The school’s students in Building Trades designed, built, and installed the stands with guidance and assistance from Charles Midkiff, Building Trades teacher, Instructional Technology Coach Dan Nemerow, Technology Specialist Craig Bowman, and Building Engineer Glen Lawson.

Standing workstation at Patriot High School