Hour of Code a hit at LCHS

Hour of Code a hit at LCHS
Posted on 11/30/2017
Hour of Code

Louisa County High School hosted an “Hour of Code” on Thursday.

 

“Hour of Code” introduces students to computer science and coding, as part of a worldwide effort to increase interest in engineering and technology.

 

Several learning stations were set up throughout the library at Louisa County High School.

 

Students were able to design their own computer, build robots with legos and receive tutorials on how to code.

 

Blue Ridge Virtual Governor’s School student Elizabeth Mulvaney organized the event as part of her senior community service project.

 

“It’s very exciting,” Mulvaney said. “Seeing their eyes pop and get so intrigued in what you’re interested in, it leaves you very happy not only that you’ve taught something but made someone else interested in it as well.”

 

For more details on how you can participate in similar events, visit HourOfCode.com

 

Great job, #TeamLCPS!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH A SHORT VIDEO ABOUT THE EVENT

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