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Widener students take on technology with ‘Hour of Code’
Widener high school students participated in the “Hour of Code” as part of Computer Science Education Week. The “Hour of Code” is a global movement offering children of all ages across the world the opportunity to experience computer programming. The activity is designed to demystify code and show that anyone can learn it. Students participated in block coding activities, which were provided by Code.org, Scratch, and Tynker. The “Hour of Code” provided an opportunity to apply their knowledge and enhance their understanding of computer science. Coding, incorporates all school subjects, encourages critical thinking, engages unengaged students to be innovative and inventive and the best of all it’s fun!
Widener Heroes Event
The police officers from the 35th district came to our school to celebrate the holidays with our pupils with presents and warm cheers. Thank you so much officers !
Chuckles the Clown Visits Widener