Mouse | Vallemar School in Pacifica, California, Featured on NBC News!

January 15, 2012

Vallemar School in Pacifica, California, Featured on NBC News!

Mouse Squad of California (MSCA) has grown to over 100 sites this year in 22 counties statewide, with more than 1,300 participating students and impacting over 84,000 students, teachers and school administrators who rely on the technology and leadership skills provided by Mouse Squad students.

Over 150 MSCA instructors and coordinators were trained this year to accommodate our exciting growth.

We are thrilled to share that NBC Bay Area News featured Vallemar School in recognition of our impact on San Francisco Bay Area youth and their school communities. In the segment, Mouse Squad participants at Vallemar School in Pacifica, California, expressed their enthusiasm about becoming the IT department for their school.

"You walk in and they [teachers] ask you for help, instead of you asking them for help, and so you're like I'm on top of the world!" -- Vallemar Mouse Squad Student

MSCA is also pleased to share that two students, Kasey Lockhart and Billy Jackson, were hired through a workforce preparedness program as summer tech support interns for South Fork High in South Humboldt County, CA this past year. Kasey now attends College of the Redwoods and plans to earn a CIS degree, to become an Information Systems Support Specialist. Billy will graduate this year and plans to major in electrical engineering in college.

Mouse Squad of California really makes a difference!


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