Little River ES fourth-grader Poppy Villa shows off the Hour of Code certificate she earned by learning via laptop.
The Cherokee County School District participated in the National Hour of Code event… but instead of just an hour, celebrated for an entire week! Students participated both through lessons on computers and “unplugged” activities that taught them coding principles without using technology. Here are a few photos of the many activities that happened districtwide! #CCSDfam #CCSDstem
Mountain Road ES second-graders in teacher Leeanne Hartman’s learned about coding through a game on the playground. Students Jessica Thang and Daniel Suslaev wait for their turn in the game.
Oak Grove ES Fine Arts Academy fifth-graders show off their coding skills for Cherokee County School District Chief Information Officer Bobby Blount; from left to right: Demetrius Jones, Brady Colton, Christopher Zaski, and Jake Wright.
Freedom MS students, from left to right, Jameilah Grierson, Savannah Read and Karen Quintino work together on a coding exercise using a tablet.
Oak Grove ES Fine Arts Academy fifth-grader Faith Day talks code with Cherokee County School District Supervisor of Instructional Technology Dr. Shannon Carroll.
Oak Grove ES Fine Arts Academy students make binary code bracelets with teacher Christy Cook.