On Monday, December 4th, rows of laptops were set up in the cafeteria for an “Hour of Code,” and freshmen Savi Kessler, Rachel Rose, and Tiferet Weissman, who are studying computer science in their Engineering I class, taught the basics of code to all interested students. “Hour of Code” is an international program facilitated by thousands of schools to promote computer science. Students come together to learn the basics of a coding language and are then challenged to use that code to create a product. Tiferet Weissman shared that “it was so wonderful putting together the program and introducing computer science to the Central community.” The three freshmen challenged students to create a Central Chanukah logo that would be used on all Central Chanukah fliers and at all Chanukah events next week. Entries are due Sunday night and will be presented to a panel of judges. Stay tuned for the winning piece!