The Huron High School Library Media Center is hosting an Hour of Code Event during national Computer Science Education Week. The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science designed to demystify “code” and show that anyone can learn the programming basics to be a maker, a creator, or an innovator.
Teachers have been asked to sign up their classes to complete an online tutorial. This year we are focusing on offering this opportunity to all freshmen. Our goal is to give our students an opportunity to get excited about coding and share opportunities for future involvement with computer programming.
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Ann Arbor Huron High School is a diverse and inclusive school community. We are committed to developing academic excellence, integrity, and independent thinkers who are life-long learners devoted to good citizenship, and to celebrating diversity and equity. Students will graduate prepared to excel as caring and productive global citizens.
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