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By Amelia Fisher, Columbian news assistant
Published: May 30, 2021, 5:54am

Battle Ground High School is looking for a volunteer from the technology industry to help team-teach Advanced Placement Computer Science as part of Microsoft’s Technology Education and Literacy in Schools program. Battle Ground High School is looking for a computer science professional who is familiar with Java and topics such as boolean expressions, recursion, and inheritance and polymorphism. Classes at Battle Ground High School would be held during first period, allowing volunteers to team-teach and then go to work. For more information contact Battle Ground High School volunteer coordinator Scott Yingling or apply at Microsoft.com/TEALS.

Columbian news assistant