MINERAL SPRINGS, NC – As Union County schools prepare to open for the fall semester, with in-person learning set to resume in a hybrid environment, students will still be expected to spend most of their regular school days learning from home. Carolina Kid Coders is providing an out-of-the-house alternative for these home-learning days by offering a supervised learning environment during school hours. This implementation, while useful for any student, will be particularly important for working parents, and to families in surrounding rural areas that lack access to a high-speed internet provider.
An environment for virtual schooling is hardly the only offering available at Carolina Kid Coders. From their flexible drop-in academy to their camps and home-school workshops, kids and teens of all ages will find immense value in their time spent at Carolina Kid Coders. Perhaps most importantly, they will have a lot of fun while learning valuable skills.
Ken Adelglass, the founder of Carolina Kid Coders, said that from top to bottom, they are offering kids the opportunity to learn skills that will follow them throughout life. By participating in classes here, he said, students begin to see the real-world opportunities that coding can provide. Even if a student doesn’t pursue a career in coding, the skills learned will be useful in many different real-world applications. Adelglass said that coding is all about problem-solving. Alex Augenstein, an assistant to Adelglass at Carolina Kid Coders, said that the classes instill a lot of confidence in students in coding and other S.T.E.M. fields as well.
Classes at Carolina Kid Coders can benefit a student in many ways from acquiring profitable skills to improving self-confidence, but that would hardly be possible at these age groups without a learning format like that provided by Adelglass, making learning fun and engaging. Students learn much more, he said, when they are having fun.
To learn more about what Carolina Kid Coders can offer you, and your child, visit www.carolinakidcoders.com today or call Ken Adelglass at (704) 243-8801.