The Kanawha Valley Coding Club

||The Kanawha Valley Coding Club

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Kanawha Valley Coding Club founding members: Denise Workman, Daniel McElroy, and Cathryn Carena.

New coding club to serve Kanawha, Jackson schools

By Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

Three educators plan to start a new free computer coding club serving 80 students at seven Kanawha County public schools and two in Jackson County, with plans to increase the number of students served over the next half decade.

The Kanawha Valley Coding Club will serve students from Kanawha’s Horace Mann, John Adams, South Charleston and Stonewall Jackson middle schools plus Capital, George Washington and South Charleston high schools. The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation Board of Trustees approved a $12,490 grant for the club last month.

Three educators plan to start a new free computer coding club serving 80 students at seven Kanawha County public schools and two in Jackson County, with plans to increase the number of students served over the next half decade.

The Kanawha Valley Coding Club will serve students from Kanawha’s Horace Mann, John Adams, South Charleston and Stonewall Jackson middle schools plus Capital, George Washington and South Charleston high schools. The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation Board of Trustees approved a $12,490 grant for the club last month.    Read the full article here.

 

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