Hour of Code comes to Hook Elementary

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Photos by DAVID SWEARINGEN
TheFlashToday.com

STEPHENVILLE (December 9, 2016) – Every one of the 569 third and fourth grade students at Stephenville ISD’s Hook Elementary school participated Friday in what educators are calling the largest education event in history – The Hour of Code.

More than 2 million students worldwide are participating in The Hour of Coding, which teaches computer coding for one hour during Computer Science Education Week (December 5-11).

“For approximately 90 percent of our staff and students, this (is) their very first introduction to coding,” said Hook Elementary’s Lisa West.

David Swearingen of The Flash was there to take in the excitement. Check out his photos below:

 


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