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BLMS Coding Club now open to students

Batesburg-Leesville, SC - The first session of the Batesburg-Leesville Middle School Coding Club was held on January 25th in the school’s Media Center. Ten students from 6th and 7th grade participated and Lindsay Pazdernik from the Batesburg-Leesville Branch of Lexington County Library, attended to help members with the coding process. The club will meet on Wednesdays after school, but not consecutively.

The BLMS Coding Club is sponsored by Media Specialist, Jill Slapnik.

The theme this year is Music and Sound. Students who were unable to attend the first meeting, but wish to attend future sessions, should see Mrs. Slapnik during their lunch period. Students may work on the session 1 online during lunches or at home, but will need a username and password and the Club Code for our school.

The next meeting of the Coding Club will be Wed., Feb. 8. Coding Club dates are:

Session 1 January 25 Session 2 Feb. 8 Session 3 Feb, 22 Session 4 March 8 Session 5 March 15 Session 6 March 22 Session 7 March 29 Session 8 April 5

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Members of the newly formed Batesburg-Leesville Middle School Coding Club enjoy working on developing their skills in coding

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