Deciphering code part of National 4-H STEM Challenge
4-H Afterschool members at Cochrane-Fountain City school participated in the National 4-H STEM Challenge on October 4, 2021. Students used a Caesar cipher wheel to decipher encrypted messages and develop their own codes. 4-H members also discussed how they were scientists and what careers use scientific critical thinking to solve real world problems. Students completed their “Galactic Quest” and received a certificate for their participation from the UW-Madison Division of Extension Buffalo County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Annie Lisowski.
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