School reporter introduces technology specialist
by Kaylin Roth
Mar 25, 2017 | 1576 views | 0 0 comments | 176 176 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Editor’s note: Twin Valley Elementary School Wings reporter Kaylin Roth interviewed Twin Valley technology specialist Curtis Carroll.

WILMINGTON- Curtis feels good when he helps kids with their computer problems. He feels good because it always feels good when you’re useful.

He does have a set schedule but if there is a big emergency like if no computer in the school would turn on he would come running.

Two of the hardest computer problems Curtis has are network problems and network printing problems.

The school that has the hardest problems is TVES because this school year cars were driving by and messing up the school’s network.

One time something was slowing down everyone’s network and Curtis couldn’t fix it so he had to have a server expert come and check it out.

The funniest thing that has ever happened to Curtis was when he was using his computer and he had one computer stacked on top of another. He was turning it on but he couldn’t see anything on the screen. When he took his computer off of the other one, “poof!” it was fixed.

One of the meanest things a kid has done to him is pull a prank. When they push certain keys and when you type or click it, it says its name or it pronounces the word.

When Curtis has his own free time and probably on the weekends he likes to hike and go outside.

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