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 I am a Computer Science teacher at Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Georgia. I currently teach Web Design, Computing in the Modern World, and Computer Applications. I have a passion for technology and love to stay up-to-date with the current business trends. I believe that it is important for America's youth to gain a good understanding of how to use computers so they can be successful in their future endeavors.  I try to have my students compete in many of the technology competitions that we have - Media Festival, Web Challenge, Scratch Competition, etc.  Please email me or see me for more information.

 

If you are just visiting, please feel free to look around and see what is taught in my courses.

If you are a parent, please check out the site for your child's course to see what is going on in his/her class.

If you are a student, go to your class page to see what today's activities are and access resources related to your course.

 

My website is cuttingedgeeagles.org.  This Google site was created for ease of uploading files daily and creating a calendar that can be editted easily.  All files needed for class can be found on the individual class page.

 

 

Click here to navigate to a cool site for girls - Gems - Girls Excelling in Math and Science

 

Click here for the calendar for all classes.  

 

Select either Computing in the Modern World or Web Design from the local navigation bar on the left side.  That will take you to the review sheets. 

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Web Weaver Dr. Stacy Byous

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