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Students provide tech support to Southborough seniors

Algonquin student Noah Sheehan helps senior Howard Anderson set up his tablet. (Photos/Gregory Arnold)

Algonquin student Noah Sheehan helps senior Howard Anderson set up his tablet. (Photos/Gregory Arnold)

Southborough – The Southborough Senior Center held their fifth Technology Day May 21. Once a month during the school year, students from Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) visit the Senior Center to answer the seniors’ technology questions. The May program focused on tablets and mobile phones. The students were able to help with problems ranging from setting a password to using the iCloud. The students, most from Southborough, are a part of the community after school program at ARHS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Bartulis receives tech support for his iPhone from Algonquin student Matthew Franks.

Joe Bartulis receives tech support for his iPhone from Algonquin student Matthew Franks.

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