Fun in Coding Club

Autumn Harlan helps out fellow coder, Kean Richards with his codes.
Nothing stops Elliott Hendren as he blows through his coding assignments.
Sassy Reynolds focuses on her screen while trying to get her codes correct.
Distant Learning Coordinator, Nicole Cabral helps Tallas Cantsee in Coding Club held at the Southern Ute Education Department.
Distant Learning Coordinator and coding instructor, Nicole Cabral starts each class with a refresher on coding and what was learned at the last class.
Trennie Collins | SU Drum
Trennie Collins | SU Drum
Trennie Collins | SU Drum
Trennie Collins | SU Drum
Trennie Collins | SU Drum

The Southern Ute Education Dept. kicked off a 15 class series, called Coding Club, which will be held every Wednesday. The club was offered to students from fourth — eight grade levels, who are willing to learn how to code. Participants in the coding club will be learning a high-level programming language called Python, the program is taught by Nicole Cabral, Distant Learning Coordinator for the Southern Ute Education Dept. The Southern Ute Drum paid a visit to the Education Dept., Wednesday, Feb. 7, to see the Coding Club in action.

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