Mastering coding


Ulises Salgado-Perez, a fifth-grader in Siomara Baltazar’s class, is excited to share his certificate for finishing his Hour of Code.


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Dobson Elementary School students have been completing an Hour of Code in computer classes with Janet Spicer. The Hour of Code takes place each year during Computer Science Week. This year it took place Dec. 4-10. This global event reaches tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries around the world. Coding skills help students with problem solving skills, logic and creativity. Here, Maddie Scott, fifth-grader in Christal Freeman’s class, gets excited when she has finally mastered a new level of coding.


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Brady Hazelwood, third-grader in Deanna Edmonds’ room, is working hard to get his Hour of Code certificate.


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Second-grader Kayla Hughes is helping fellow classmate Devin Brown with coding.


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Ulises Salgado-Perez, a fifth-grader in Siomara Baltazar’s class, is excited to share his certificate for finishing his Hour of Code.

Dobson Elementary School students have been completing an Hour of Code in computer classes with Janet Spicer. The Hour of Code takes place each year during Computer Science Week. This year it took place Dec. 4-10. This global event reaches tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries around the world. Coding skills help students with problem solving skills, logic and creativity. Here, Maddie Scott, fifth-grader in Christal Freeman’s class, gets excited when she has finally mastered a new level of coding.

Brady Hazelwood, third-grader in Deanna Edmonds’ room, is working hard to get his Hour of Code certificate.

Second-grader Kayla Hughes is helping fellow classmate Devin Brown with coding.

Ulises Salgado-Perez, a fifth-grader in Siomara Baltazar’s class, is excited to share his certificate for finishing his Hour of Code.
http://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_DSC_0046-formatted.jpgUlises Salgado-Perez, a fifth-grader in Siomara Baltazar’s class, is excited to share his certificate for finishing his Hour of Code. Submitted photo

Dobson Elementary School students have been completing an Hour of Code in computer classes with Janet Spicer. The Hour of Code takes place each year during Computer Science Week. This year it took place Dec. 4-10. This global event reaches tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries around the world. Coding skills help students with problem solving skills, logic and creativity. Here, Maddie Scott, fifth-grader in Christal Freeman’s class, gets excited when she has finally mastered a new level of coding.
http://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_DSC_0125-formatted.jpgDobson Elementary School students have been completing an Hour of Code in computer classes with Janet Spicer. The Hour of Code takes place each year during Computer Science Week. This year it took place Dec. 4-10. This global event reaches tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries around the world. Coding skills help students with problem solving skills, logic and creativity. Here, Maddie Scott, fifth-grader in Christal Freeman’s class, gets excited when she has finally mastered a new level of coding. Submitted photo

Brady Hazelwood, third-grader in Deanna Edmonds’ room, is working hard to get his Hour of Code certificate.
http://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_DSC_0107-formatted.jpgBrady Hazelwood, third-grader in Deanna Edmonds’ room, is working hard to get his Hour of Code certificate. Submitted photo

Second-grader Kayla Hughes is helping fellow classmate Devin Brown with coding.
http://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_coding-formatted.jpgSecond-grader Kayla Hughes is helping fellow classmate Devin Brown with coding. Submitted photo
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