Park Elementary kids go high-tech

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Park Elementary kids go high-tech

After-school coding club popular
Park Elementary School teacher Scott Emrich helps Mya Oyler, 11, as Esther Par, 11, right, and Lexi Behn, 10, work on their Tech Club final projects. The after-school program, which enrolled 50 students, teaches students the basics of programming and how computers work.
Park Tech Club students Connor Bakkebo, 10, left, and Billy Downey, 10, write assembly and machine language using binary code.
Park Elementary School Tech Club students Connor Bakkebo, 10, left, and Billy Downey, 10, write assembly and machine language using binary code.
Park Elementary School student Esther Par, 11, shows her Tech Club final project video that she is creating on an iPad about being a student at the school.
Park Elementary School Tech Club students Connor Bakkebo, 10, left, and Billy Downey, 10, are assisted by David Cramer of Western Design Center as they work on writing assembly and machine language using binary code. What students learn as club members can serve creative endeavors through life, Cramer said.

Park Elementary kids go high-tech

Park Elementary School teacher Scott Emrich helps Mya Oyler, 11, as Esther Par, 11, right, and Lexi Behn, 10, work on their Tech Club final projects. The after-school program, which enrolled 50 students, teaches students the basics of programming and how computers work.
Park Tech Club students Connor Bakkebo, 10, left, and Billy Downey, 10, write assembly and machine language using binary code.
Park Elementary School Tech Club students Connor Bakkebo, 10, left, and Billy Downey, 10, write assembly and machine language using binary code.
Park Elementary School student Esther Par, 11, shows her Tech Club final project video that she is creating on an iPad about being a student at the school.
Park Elementary School Tech Club students Connor Bakkebo, 10, left, and Billy Downey, 10, are assisted by David Cramer of Western Design Center as they work on writing assembly and machine language using binary code. What students learn as club members can serve creative endeavors through life, Cramer said.
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