Advisors: Michael Binazeski
The Euclid School Robotics/Coding Club meets on select Fridays after school in the Euclid Media Center. The club is composed of fourth and fifth graders. Students will understand and apply computer concepts throughout ten weeks, learn how to code, and write code to solve problems. We will use a coding platform called Coderz.This club gives students the opportunity to improve problem-solving and critical thinking skills while working and helping each other. At the end of 10 weeks, there are plans on having a friendly competition between fourth and fifth-grade students on a coding challenge.