Intro to Computer Science with Code.org

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Computers in our juvenile room will be reserved for children ages 6-12 to engage with a self-guided online curriculum which introduces them to the world of computer science and computer coding.  Created by a non-profit organization with a vision for every student to have the chance to learn computer science, this FREE program aims to demystify computer science and show K-8 students that it's fun, collaborative, and creative. Other sites relating to typing skills and science games will also be explored.  Monday sessions will be for ages 10-12 and Wednesday sessions will be for ages 6-9.  Each group will be alternating between this and the nutrition class.  Plan to come for free lunch before the session.

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Children, ages 6-12

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