Plymouth Elementary School students enjoyed Family Code Night

Students at Plymouth Elementary School had a chance to explore computer science outside of school during Family Code Night. 

“We appreciated having the opportunity to learn about coding as a family,” said Natalie Perez, parent of a PE kindergartener. “We weren't sure if Clark would be too young, but he really enjoyed the puzzles!”

PE families logged on to an evening livestream event hosted by CS is Elementary and learned coding through activities and games along with other children and caregivers nationwide. CS is Elementary is a movement that encourages universal computer science education for children in kindergarten through fifth grade.

“This night is especially fun because grown ups have the opportunity to learn and code with their kiddos from the comfort of home,” said PE Technology Specialist Christine Ehrlich. 

The students will dive deeper into coding in Technology class later this year.


Conshohocken Elementary families will be participating in a Family Code Night on October 28!

Students Ally and Carson on laptops at their kitchen table

Plymouth Elementary students Ally and Carson try their hand at computer programming.