Congratulations, Code Rush Winners!

Whether you’re just hearing about Code Rush or have rallied up your A-team and solved 140 challenges, this is an announcement you won’t wanna miss.

Over the past month, thousands of students, hundreds of teams and over 35 states participated in Code Rush, CodeMonkey’s national coding competition. This epic event all started with a warm-up that got students excitedly jumping into the jungle of code and working together to solve 140 challenges. Elementary and Middle Schools competed in their age division for the tight race.

The top 10 teams from each division will receive a yearly CodeMonkey classroom subscription ($300 value), $115 worth of DK’s best selling coding books for children and an official trophy plaque from CodeMonkey!

Curious to know who made it to the top 10?
Come see for yourself!

3-5 Grade:

  1. Hiranmayee Subramaniam’s Code Rush Team
  2. Ms. Parrasch’s Code Rush Team 1
  3. Ms. Parrasch’s Code Rush Team
  4. Eastern Intermediate Coders
  5. The Village School Code Rush Team 3-5
  6. CodeCrackers JC
  7. SSLI’s Code Rush Team
  8. Schechter’s Code Rush Team
  9. Montgomery Intermediate Code Rushers
  10. Morehouse Richard’s Code Rush Team

grades 3-5
6-8 Grade:

  1. Churchville Coderz
  2. Booker Middle Code Rush Team
  3. The Village School Code Rush Team 6-8
  4. #Coders4Lyfe
  5. Rick Baxter’s Code Rush Team
  6. OLPH Code of the Wolverines
  7. Chargers BoomBamTech
  8. KodeKiddo SMP Team
  9. Jada Caldarera’s Code Rush Team
  10. SCMS Team #1Screen Shot 2017-05-14 at 2.53.25 PM

Thank you to all who participated, Code Rush wouldn’t have been such a success without you!! See you next year!

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