Middle school science classes participate in Hour of Code

middle school students sit at a black table and draw coded paths on sheets of paper for "Ozobot" robots to navigateStudents in Michael Nacheman’s and Anita Stabrowski’s classes participated in the worldwide Hour of Code event this week. Sixth graders wrote more than 8,500 lines of code in two days using Java Script and Python platforms.  They also programmed Ozobots and Spheros to work through various challenges presented. 

Eighth graders worked through Hour of Code using Star Wars “Build a Galaxy” and Minecraft “Adventurer” games. 

“They worked diligently and were able to see the connections between the coding they completed and the video games that they enjoy playing every day,” Nacheman said.