Girls Go Cyber

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Juniors Ava Johnston, Francie Ten Eyck and Sarah Korczukowski work hard on their computers while participating in Girls Go CyberStart, a competition designed to introduce girls to the world of cybersecurity using puzzles and other games. Warren Hills girls got together in Room 323 to participate in the program on Jan. 15. Some 42 girls worked together through round one to complete the many objectives put forth in the game. “We’re hoping to get 75 for the next round on Wednesday, Jan. 29,” Computer Science Teacher Daryl Detrick said. (Photo courtesy of Daryl Detrick)

Chris Casella, Staff Reporter