With the forthcoming release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, a growing sense of excitement for the next movie installment in the Star Wars universe is sweeping the country, including Greenview Upper Elementary. Librarian Sherry Deutsch and AV Assistant Janine Velotta dressed up as Star Wars characters, complete with toy lightsabers, to help introduce a lesson on computer coding to students in their class during the week of December 5th. Computer coding is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related skill that is becoming increasingly important in today’s workforce and global economy. As part of the lesson, students watched a video showing the importance of coding when creating movies with animation. The ‘force’ was strong with the students as they demonstrated an understanding of the lesson’s concepts by creating code to move their animated characters. Congratulations to the Greenview students for a job well done!