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    Wayne County will resume in-person classes on Monday, September 28 on an alternating schedule.  In-person students will be assigned to attend school on either Red (Monday & Wednesday) or White (Tuesday and Thursday) days.  All other days will be virtual days.  Expect communication from your child’s teacher regarding their assignment by the end of the day on Tuesday, September 22nd. Arrangements will be made for all members of the same household to attend on the same days.  Students who chose the full-time virtual option will continue with virtual instruction. 

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Information Technology



A+ COMPUTER HARDWARE & SOFTWARE                                     1 CREDIT

Pre-requisite:  None


This course focuses on the design of computing systems.  It includes installation and setup, upgrading, repairs, troubleshooting, maintenance of desktops, laptops, printers, and all other peripherals. Plus, you need to fully understand the network configurations and operating systems your users might be utilizing. And also the setup, training of users in the use of systems, as well as software related tasks.  Installation of software packages, upgrade and update of software, troubleshoot application and system errors, advice users on software use, train users, writing of training/user manuals, overseeing PC usage and so on.  Basic computer skills are an important background needed.  This course may be taken more than once during a high school career.



Information Technology

Career Pathways


Career Pathway

Required Courses

Elective Courses


Tests for Certifications:

Industry – A+ Certificate


A+ Computer Hardware

                 & Software 1

A+ Computer Hardware   

                 & Software 2

A+ Computer Hardware   

                 & Software 3

A+ Computer Hardware   

                 & Software 4


Engineering & Technology 1

Computer Applications



Students are required to take all KOSSA & industry certification exams in which the student has met the minimum course requirements for that career pathway.


Students must take a minimum of 3 credits in a career pathway in order to take KOSSA and 4 credits to be a program completer. 


In order to be “Career Ready,” a student must pass a KOSSA and have one of the following: Gold or Silver Work Keys status, a 50 on the ASVAB, or be “College Ready” (ACT: English 18, Math 19, and Reading 20 or COMPASS: English 74, Math 36, and Reading 85).