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Community Coding Carnival

On Saturday, January 11th, Nauset Public Schools celebrated Coding and Digital Literacy by holding its first-ever Coding Carnival for all Kindergarten through 12th-grade students, parents, and community members.  Nearly 200 students and their families attended the Carnival, where the variety of activities ranged from offline coding games to maneuvering robots and drones in order to complete tasks.  The exciting free activities included stations featured Makey-Makey, Scratch, Root, Binary Bracelets, and Swift Playgrounds.  One lucky student, Michael Devlin, a second-grader from Eastham, won the coveted raffle prize – his own Makey-Makey kit!  Thanks go out to the many staff and student volunteers that helped make this wonderful day a huge success!


Around Nauset - Coding Carnival 2020 from Lower Cape TV on Vimeo.