Cardinal 4th Graders Learn How to Code with Code-A-Pillar

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Before the end of the school year, students in Mrs. Becker’s K-4th grade computer classes worked together to plan, sequence, and problem solve using the game Code-A- Pillar. In Code-A- Pillar, segments of a robotic caterpillar are programmed with blocks of code. Once snapped together, the caterpillar lights up and moves on the floor in whatever direction the segment directs. A special thank you to the Geauga County Public Library in Middlefield for lending staff and equipment to our classes!

Pictured In Cover Photo: First graders Adam I., Skilyr S., and RJ M. solve problems using the game Code-A- Pillar.

Q4 CMS Dedicated Dozen

Congratulations to the CMS 6th grade Q4 Dedicated Dozen: Miranda R., Bella P., Hanna N., Gabby B., Ty S., Jenna O., Jacob R., Paul G., Ava G., Audrey A., Sophia S., Sabrina C., & Hennessy M. Every quarter 12 students are selected by teachers as going above and beyond in the classroom. Students are always treated to a special breakfast cooked by teacher Mr. Whipple. Great work everyone!

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