Years ago we talked often about computer literacy, but interest in this topic seemed to die out as we moved on to apps, social networks, and all the exciting advances in technology in education today. Although, we often take for granted what our students know about technology, most only know lots about what interests them. Just because they know more than we about some aspects of technology doesn’t mean that they know everything. Because students need to master how to use technologies safely and efficiently and often need reminders about these, many schools have continued their computer literacy classes, or if they cancelled them some years back, have reinstituted them. In Bismarck, North Dakota, for example, Grade 6 students learn to use technologies to help them with curricular areas. While reinforcing concepts covered in social studies, math, science, and English classes, they are practicing use of computer tools and learning about digital citizenship.