Moriches Elementary School recently held their second annual coding night to kick off Computer Science Education Week and celebrate the Hour of Code! Computer Science Education Week is a yearly event designed to inspire K-12 students to become involved and learn about computer science! This year’s event, spearheaded and coordinated by fourth-grade teachers Leah Olivo and Carly Wickers, was open to all grade levels with the theme of “Coding and Cocoa.”
Students had a great time participating in plugged and unplugged activities, and completed various computer science tasks such as using a binary code to create bracelets, coded and programmed KIBO cars and Ozobots, and used Chromebooks to code! As an added bonus, students enjoyed hot cocoa and a treat together!
Please see additional photos in the album below!
- Moriches Elementary