The family that codes together: Faller Elementary hosts first coding night event
Simply the thought of learning to code might be enough to trigger technophobia in people, conjuring mental images of thousands of lines of code flying across the screen at you like in the movie the Matrix.
Reflecting on Rand
3rd place for the “Education” category in the 2018 California Journalism Awards.
Robotics for STEM aims to offer students a brighter future
Ben Waddill isn’t a scientist or engineer working on the base. He’s an eighth-grader member of the Immanuel Christian School’s robotics team. Instead of spending his evening solving for “X” in math homework, he was troubleshooting problems in electrical circuitry and gear torque on robots. Education is becoming more hands-on, and it’s very exciting. One…
Joe Rumbles celebrates 45 years at Searles Valley Minerals
Rumbles said, ‘Some people talk bad about Trona, saying, ‘It stinks and this and that,’ but when you needed to feed your family, Trona was there. I have my ups and downs, it ain’t all been roses, but it fed my family.’
Editorial: Water 101
The IWVGA’s PAC and TAC have begun work on the GSA’s GSP, as per SGMA.
If you think that sentence makes no sense, you may want to cut out this article and keep it on the refrigerator with a magnet. In the near future, these groups are going to begin having a major impact on your life as a resident of Indian Wells Valley.