Maxson’s After School Coding Class Ignites Future Software Engineers

Maxson’s After School Coding Class Ignites Future Software Engineers
     Future software engineers at Maxson School have embraced the world of coding in the school’s after school coding class.
    Maxson Elementary is MVSD’s first school to offer an after school coding class and the students absolutely love it. During the 6-week class, taught by Principal, Veronica Godinez and Computer Technician, Domingo Castillo, students use the Code.org curriculum to learn computer science basics in a format that's fun, accessible and relevant to the young learners.  Two classes are held, one for 1st through 3rd graders and one for 4th through 6th graders and they each meet twice a week in the school’s computer lab.
     The class provides students access to technology that they might not have at home, and allows them to learn computer science which helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. The young coding pioneers all agree that coding takes a lot of math skills and definitely helps them think better.  Additionally it is really fun!

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