Students in Inga Cashon’s engineering concepts and foundations of engineering classes at Bryan County High School completed the “hour of code” on Tuesday, a nationwide effort to get more students interested in computer programing.
This is BCHS’s fourth year participating in this event. Students were required to complete an hour of computer coding choosing various computer science activities to complete. As students move through the levels of coding within the program, the activities increase in difficulty. Upon completion, students were rewarded with a certificate for their accomplishment.
John Kroymann, Meet Patel, Eli Threatt, Kara Burnsed, Lydreyah Simmons and Chara Trice received certificates for meeting the requirements.
For more information about the event, please visit www.code.org.