More than 25 students from Women in Technology gathered to teach each other during the nationwide Hour of Code day on Dec. 6.
Students wrote their own lesson plans and guided other students through the process of writing code with the programming language, Python. The Hour of Code was in celebration of Computer Science Education Week across the country. Students were also treated to pizza by organizer and technology teacher, Matt Evearitt.
"We had girls from each grade and all levels of experience coming together to share knowledge and teach the skills they've learned this year to one another," Mr. Evearitt said. "This type of learning and sharing is what helps our WiTech students excel now and prepare for a future in technology."