Seventh-graders Daniil Popov, left, and his classmate, Jacalyn Hoyt work out a problem with a kid friendly, block oriented coding program in their computer science class in Rancho Cordova’s Mills Middle School on March 18.
Seventh-graders Daniil Popov, left, and his classmate, Jacalyn Hoyt work out a problem with a kid friendly, block oriented coding program in their computer science class in Rancho Cordova’s Mills Middle School on March 18. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Seventh-graders Daniil Popov, left, and his classmate, Jacalyn Hoyt work out a problem with a kid friendly, block oriented coding program in their computer science class in Rancho Cordova’s Mills Middle School on March 18. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com