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Emily Tessean Takes 2nd Place in Carnegie Mellon Coding Competition

Emily Tessean Takes 2nd Place in Carnegie Mellon Coding Competition

Congratulations to Junior Emily Tessean on winning second place in Carnegie Mellon's December CS Academy Creative Task contest for CS2! Emily is a student in Miss Mele's Programming in Python II independent study class. Carnegie Mellon's CS Academy has several contests throughout the school year where teachers can submit their students' creative task projects. Creative tasks allow students to design and code a program of their own choosing from scratch, focusing on concepts from the current unit along with other coding skills they learned in prior units. Emily wrote 378 lines of code in the programming language Python to create her program. Visit this link to play her game. Way to go Emily!