The cafeteria inside Holley Navarre Intermediate School was turned into a computer lab Monday morning. Wearing headphones and smiles, eager students sat in front of computers and put their tech skills to use during the Hour of Code.
The event was part of Computer Science Education Week, with more than 10 million students participating in it across the country. This is the first year the Santa Rosa County School District has taken part in the hour, which is designed to show students that computer science is fun and creative.
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