Technology has changed the world we live in drastically. One way it has changed our lives is how we educate ourselves. The Regional Office of Education #3 is hosting a “Tech Night” in Pana Thursday to help students and parents pick the right equipment for their education beyond high school.
Julie Wollerman is the Regional Superintendent of Schools for Bond, Christian, Effingham, Fayette, and Montgomery Counties. She says it is our schools’ job to prepare kids for higher education, including any technology they may need in college.
Wollerman says there will also be a presentation on social media etiquette, which plays a big role in job hunting down the road.
The “Tech Night” will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday evening at Pana High School, and any students and parents in the area are welcome to attend.