Dartmouth High School granted $10k to teach students how to code

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DARTMOUTH, Mass. (WLNE) — Dartmouth High School was chosen along with 101 other schools to be awarded a $10,000 to go towards teaching students to code.

The CS Leader grant was gifted to the school by Code.org.

The purpose of the grant is to give more students access to learning computer science.

A celebration assembly will take place on Monday to celebrate receiving the prize as well as showcasing what Dartmouth students have been learning in computer science.

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