Computer Science Education Week & Hour of Code
week is Computer Science Education Week, and with it comes the Hour of
Code. Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of
students to show that anyone can learn to code!
The Technology Club will be hosting the next Hour of Code session on Friday, December 9 in Room 509 at 3 pm.
We will have two special guests: Mr. Josiah Srigiri, a local software
engineering professional who lives in Elmwood Park, and his daughter
Janet Srigiri, Memorial High School Class of 2009 alumni.
will be working on great tutorials which teach the logic of creating
games. These tutorials have popular themes such as Minecraft and Star
Wars, and the best part is no coding knowledge is required! Check out www.code.org/learn.
All students and staff are welcome to attend!
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