2015-12-17 / Community

Students work on computer project



PORT HOPE — Students at St. John Lutheran School in Port Hope have been busy during Computer Science Education Week as they participated in the international Hour of Code event as a part of the computer education curriculum. For the event, more than 100 million students participated to expose both boys and girls to fundamental computing concepts. As a participating school, St. John wanted to help its students take part in creating the technology that’s changing the world. The basics of coding that students learn help nurture creativity and problem-solving skills and prepare students for future careers. Pictured here are students who completed the activities and got a certificate. PORT HOPE — Students at St. John Lutheran School in Port Hope have been busy during Computer Science Education Week as they participated in the international Hour of Code event as a part of the computer education curriculum. For the event, more than 100 million students participated to expose both boys and girls to fundamental computing concepts. As a participating school, St. John wanted to help its students take part in creating the technology that’s changing the world. The basics of coding that students learn help nurture creativity and problem-solving skills and prepare students for future careers. Pictured here are students who completed the activities and got a certificate.

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