"When I grow up, I want to be a programmer. To be able to see my creations come to life would be neat! I've read a lot of books about binary and block coding, but I've never had the chance to actually program something I've built. Our teacher, Sam, had us build a robot with wheels. He taught us how we use coding to program the robot to move — it was fascinating! That's why I love the robotics class at Dumas Wesley. It gives me the chance to think about what kind of programmer I would like to be when I grow up. I'd love to design video games or work as a computer programmer in the Air Force. Technology is my thing. It's like my own personal oasis, where I can dream of building anything I want!"
-- Benjamin Le, Summer Recreation participant