Hogg elementary wins $10,000 technology grant

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James S. Hogg Elementary School won a $10,000 technology grant from code.org, which principal Jairo Casco plans to spend on the purchase of 3o new computers.

Code.org, a nonprofit whose mission is to expand access to computer science, gives one $10,000 grant to a Texas school every year.

This is computer science education week, and Hogg students also will participate in the Hour of Code campaign this week.

By |2015-12-07T13:20:54-05:00December 7th, 2015|Education, News|1 Comment

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  1. […] are improving under principals each in their second years as heads of the schools. Hogg recently won a $10,000 technology grant, and the school has applied to become a STEAM academy. Reagan also pushes for science and […]

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