Candia students get a taste of computer coding during 'Hour of Code'
School Board member Nicole LaFlamme said that for the past week the effort to have students code has been coordinated and supported at every level of the district.
"It also helps with self-regulation of the student's own learning; they can set their own limits and decide to go as far as they want. They have to challenge themselves and apply new learning. I am thrilled about it," St. Cyr said.
"I hope we have some future coders come out of Candia. These kinds of programs help prepare our students for a job market which is different from when I was a kid," Wells said.
"This is really fun; it's pretty cool. You get to make them walk and talk and create anything you want, and it's fun being on a computer," sixth-grader Qamar Mohammedhasan said.
The Hooksett Banner
100 William Loeb Drive
Manchester, NH 03109
Neighborhood News publications can be found at a newsstand near you here.
News, Obituaries, & Social Announcements
Henry Metz, Managing Editor
Email ads to email@example.com
Classified advertising: 603-669-1010
Display advertising: 603-206-7800 x264
Rate card | Ad Order | Credit application
Please use our online form at www.nh365.org
Ted Siefer's City Hall: It was all about chickens, alleged threats and nocturnal wanderings
Two-alarm blaze at vacant building in Nashua