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Home The classes are open to students from kindergarten to fifth grade and use Tynker, a web-based system that focuses on teaching young children computer coding. (Dr. James Cloud, APSU) The classes are open to students from kindergarten to fifth grade and use Tynker, a web-based system that focuses on teaching young children computer coding. (Dr. James Cloud, APSU)

The classes are open to students from kindergarten to fifth grade and use Tynker, a web-based system that focuses on teaching young children computer coding. (Dr. James Cloud, APSU)

The classes are open to students from kindergarten to fifth grade and use Tynker, a web-based system that focuses on teaching young children computer coding. (Dr. James Cloud, APSU)

The classes are open to students from kindergarten to fifth grade and use Tynker, a web-based system that focuses on teaching young children computer coding. (Dr. James Cloud, APSU)

Students at Clarksville Junior Coders learn the basics of computer coding. During the August session, they learned how to make a character on the screen perform specific dance moves. (Dr. James Cloud, APSU)