KLR students participate in Hour of Code

Last week, Kenneth L. Rutherford students participated in the Hour of Code during their library classes. Students were able to select different coding activities based on their personal interests and create fantastic games, artistic images, and even songs and dances!  
KLR Reading Teacher and Librarian, Mrs. Murray,  looks forward to seeing what her students create each December during the event.

“Coding is such an important skill for kids to learn,” she said.  “Not only does it allow students to be creative with technology, but it emphasizes critical thinking, problem solving, and following directions. The kids have a lot of fun!”