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Coding with the Community

LHP's Data Analytics team has partnered with the Columbus Chamber of Commerce on the piloting of technology introductions for school students.

Cool Coding Awareness Week is scheduled to kick-off October 24-30.


For one week, trainers from Eleven Fifty Academy will deliver age-appropriate lessons about computer coding to 1000 Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation students, working alongside teachers, out-of-school educators and a small army of volunteers. Instructors will be at Lincoln, Mt. Healthy, Smith and Taylorsville Elementary Schools, Central Middle School and CSA New Tech High School.


LHP has commited to providing 45 hours of hands-on instruction during the classroom sessions. Outside of the classroom, LHP plans to conduct a workshop at kidscommons, using remote-controlled cars and Raspberry Pi processors



Cool Coding Awareness Week:


Grades K-1:          Learn about the computer languages that drive the hardware

Grades 2-6:           Learn the basics of computer coding in a fun, interactive way via code.org

Grades 7-10:         Begin to write the software that drives a computer game, using Raspberry Pi processors

Grades 11-12:       Students discover their talents and learn about IT careers

Age 17 –Adults:    2 -day intensive, introduction to basic coding



Want to learn more about the Rasberry Pi processors and the IoT Analytics Training our Data Analytics team offers?


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