Tyler Wardle and David Quinley both contribute to the Jerome High School Information Technology program. Students who participate can learn computer maintenance, web design, programming, and media applications. They can also earn technical and/or dual credits through the College of Southern Idaho and they intern with the school district during the summer. They may earn an A+ certification when they successful complete the program.
Tyler has an A+ certification and works part-time as a trouble shooter in the district in addition to his teaching. He holds a Masters from National University in Instructional Technology and had three years of industry experience prior to joining the school district. David has taught many years and developed a comprehensive media program at the high school. Their student organization is SkillsUSA.