Junior High Sets Sights on Computer Coding Club

Junior High Sets Sights on Computer Coding Club

Twelve junior high students took part in DC’s first “Code-A-Thon” the week of November 12. These students met with Mrs. Reynolds, our assistant high school principal, each day after school and completed a series of programming activities that introduced them to computer coding using the Python language. Sophomore Samuel Reynolds served as a student mentor for the week.

“From this group we hope to begin our first Programming Club, working through more advanced programming training and activities,” said Assistant Principal Reynolds. “Be on the lookout for more information on a Saturday programming workshop that will take place this spring for students who were not able to participate in this week-long event.”

And for parents and grandparents:   Do you have a programming background and want to help provide instruction and sponsorship of the Programming Club? Please let Katie Reynolds know at kreynolds@daytonchristian.com.

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