Throughout the week of December 4, Linden Hall students had the opportunity to learn a new lifelong skill in the new Makerspace on campus. Students gathered in the Makerspace to participate in an Hour of Code, whether they were doing it for the experience or just for fun.
Hour of Code, a national event, is a one-hour introduction to computer science where students can learn to program games, design characters, and more. Makerspace Coordinator Michele Archer scheduled times during club block and after school when students could come to the Makerspace and code for an hour.
Adding to the fun, each student who coded earned a point for their team, white or blue. If a student was experienced in coding and decided to help other students, they earned extra points for their team.
Hour of Code was a great opportunity for students to learn and to try something new!