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Image links to the Hour of Code Video created by CN2.


On December 7th, 2016, Madison County particpated in the Hour of Code.  All five middles schools, 2,638 students participated in the #MadisonHOC.   Some students discovering coding for the first time.   

AdvanceKentucky and Time Warner Cable awarded Madison County Schools as the first recipient of the Computer Science Education Incentive Award.  In recognition of Madison County’s commitment to computer science education, each middle school received $1000 for every participating in the hour of code to further their computer science efforts. 

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