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Admiral King students 'Get with the Program'

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    Students at Admiral King Elementary School, in Lorain, participated in a Get With The Program Stem Camp on Thursday afternoon, March 28.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    First grade student Natalia Ramirez, 7, writes down a list of things she learned on Thursday, March 28 at STEM Camp.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Get with the Program Founder and CEO Jason Williams speaks to the students gathered at Admiral King Elementary School, in Lorain, on Thursday afternoon, March 28.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Fifth grade student Mike Garcia, 10, has a bit of help from Instructor Terri Harper on how to get an image to populate on a website using code on Thursday, March 28 at STEM Camp.

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Students at Admiral King Elementary School in Lorain participated in a Get with the Program STEM Camp on Thursday afternoon.

The students were able to do various activities, including learning coding, using binary coding in mathematics and helping build a website called Titan Times.

Get with the Program is a STEM learning program geared at elementary school students. The camps have a heavy focus on teaching students science, mathematics, computer coding and website development, and are designed to help engage students with different learning styles.

To date, the program has helped more than 3,000 students from throughout Northeast Ohio. Get with the Program will host a Brain Camp at Oberlin College on April 19, and another camp for Spanish-speaking students at Lorain Schools later in April (details and dates forthcoming on www.gwtp.us). The camps are free for students.

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