Try coding to cooking at Immaculate Heart

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

FOURTH AND FIFTH graders learn animal communication and behavior.

Registration for Immaculate Heart High School and Middle School’s summer school programs, 5515 Franklin Ave., is open to interested students.

The middle school program, for girls entering grades four to eight, offers classes on topics such as animal behavior, computer programming and creative movie making. The courses run from Mon., June 18 through Fri., July 13. The deadline to apply is Thurs., May 24.

The high school summer program for students entering grades nine to 12 includes basic robotics and speech and debate. Classes run from Mon., July 2 to Fri., July 13. The deadline is Fri., May 18.

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MAGGIE ODAHL, seventh grade, learns about technology and coding in “Computer Programming.”

ELLIE AND ABBY Hunter, seventh grade, learn food preparation and cooking at an IHMS summer class.

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