Technology is an ever-growing part of life today. Four Cuero High School students understand this and took the initiative by participating and completing an online programming course through Google, DonorsChooose.org and the Khan Academy. For their efforts, Google donated $400 to CHS, $100 in recognition of each student.
William Hogan, Chris Renshaw, Haley Van Slooten, and Valerie Vazquez started and completed the Introduction to Java Script course with the help of teacher Mrs. Deborah Pedraza.
There was a timetable on the online programming course, as the students started in January and had to be finished by March 17.
Mrs. Pedraza noted the difficulty of the class when saying, “It was an intense course with some students working over spring break.”
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