Hutchison lower school girls recently participated in the Hour of Code as part of Computer Science Education Week. Girls used their Chromebooks to program code and solve problems.
Stoneleigh-Burnham Girls Learn to Code
Stoneleigh-Burnham School students are participating in “Hour of Code 2103” as part of National Computer Science Education Week, celebrated Dec. 9-15. Taylor Williams, STEaM coordinator, science teacher and 9th grade class dean, gave an overview of Hour of Code to Stoneleigh-Burnham students, faculty and staff. Designed to introduce basic computer coding to 10 million people, […]
Summit Students Learn Problem Solving Skills with Programming
“By 2018, there will be nearly three times as many job openings requiring computer science knowledge than qualified applicants. This goes well beyond just becoming a professional programmer — learning computer science can teach problem solving skills, new ways of breaking down complex scenarios, and a means to build something tangible in our software-driven age.” […]
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Hutchison Fourth Graders Honored by U.S. Congress for Community Service Project
Over the past few months, Hutchison fourth-graders started collecting books, a lot of books. In total, the class amassed more than 1,500 gently used books to donate to local elementary students. With the help of Hutchison’s Upper School Rogers Scholars Program and the Memphis Teacher Residency, the philanthropic young ladies delivered those books to Sherwood […]