GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Greenburgh Central students participated in the Hour of Coderecently, with hundreds of students trying their hand at computer programming in the worldwide movement that reached millions of students in more than 180 countries.
More than 200 Woodlands Middle School students signed up to participate in their Educational Technology classes, and students at RJ Bailey and Highview elementary schools also participated. Students used blocks of code to move characters in a variety of games through mazes and win contests.
Teachers and library media specialists in the district said students were enthralled by the Hour of Code. Students received Hour of Code certificates when they completed the class.
For more information about Hour of Code, visit the website at hourofcode.com/us .
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