Mrs. Karen Boehmer has been teaching kindergarten through third grade computer science for the 21-22 school year. She is a recipient of the 2021 AIR@NE grant. She feels that computer science and technology is a field that students need to experience and understand to see the impact on society and the future. Through Digital Citizenship and coding instruction in the school day, we can help students understand and contribute to the future in a positive and leadership way..
I would love to take a more indepth step into Computer Science and feel that I would learn so much by contributing to this organization. NETA encourages our students and staff to explore the computer science field and discover how much it can be incorporated into the school instructional time.
She has been teaching music for over 30 years and Media specialist for the Randolph Public School for 10 years.
She has been married for 36 years. Her husband is in agriculture. We have one daughter and while she was in school we were active with the Special Olympics. Coaching and traveling with the teams and daughter for the organization. In her free time she enjoys cooking, reading.