At Bugg Magnet Elementary Center for Design & Computer Sciences, students are engaged in learning that develops higher-order thinking skills and provides a foundational skillset designed to meet the ever-changing technological challenges in our society. They are becoming innovative problem-solvers, learning computer coding and programming, building and programming robotics, creating digital art and music, and so much more!
Computer Science education in elementary school is about helping students develop the critical thinking skills that will help them become dynamic learners and proactive citizens working to make a positive difference in the world.
The Design and Computer Sciences program at Bugg Elementary equips students with the necessary skills and frameworks for thinking through the challenging problems we face everyday.
Students at Bugg have the opportunity to follow two magnet pathways. First, Reedy Creek Magnet Middle Center for the Digital Sciences and then to Athens Drive Magnet High Center for Medical Sciences and Global Health. Second, Carroll Magnet Middle Leadership in Technology and then to Southeast Raleigh Magnet High IB World School School of Design, Arts, and Engineering.
Students choose a new elective for each quarter and take that course everyday for the nine weeks. These courses are taught by grade band (K/1, 2/3, 4/5), and the course curriculum rotates each year to ensure that students have an opportunity to choose from a brand new set of Electives each year.
Pautas referentes a los bolsos permitidos para los espectadores en eventos de escuela secundaria; Resultados de solicitud para las escuelas Magnet
WAKE Up and READ’s Annual Book Drive, which collects books to be distributed to 18 partner schools and childcare centers across Wake County, has been extended through Feb. 29.
Conmemoración del Mes de la Historia Afroamericana el 22 de febrero; Directorio Primavera/Verano de Triangle Camps, Track-Out, y Más