116 students participated in the Hour of Code event at Wisdom logging over 96 hours of code. The students below represent only a few of those who will join the new coding club.
Wisdom Lane Middle School students joined the millions of students around the world during computer science week (Dec. 5th-16th) to engage in computer coding.
The Hour of Code event at Wisdom challenged students to log at least one hour of coding using Code.org, Scratch, a MIT coding site and many others, in order to qualify to win a tablet, or a gift certificate, donated by the schools' computer literacy teacher, Frances Crusco.
Over 116 students participated, logging over 96 hours of computer coding.
Wisdom lane students demonstrated such an interest in coding that an afterschool coding group
is being organized.
A coding club will give students an opportunity to sharpen their computer science skills, at an early age, in support of STEAM educational efforts.
1st Prize - A tablet won by Daniel Collins; 2nd Prize - $25 Moe's Gift Certificate won by Adrian Rumaldo; 3rd Prize - $15 Moe's Gift Certificate won by Alec Woodruff.