Computer Science

  Mansfield takes 2nd place in Computer Programming Contest

Congratulations to Dhruv Jain, whose programming skills in Python earned him and Mansfield High second place in BCC’s online programming contest on Wednesday, June 9th. Dhruv is a freshman member of the MHS Computer Science Club.  
Also competing for Mansfield were Maddie Brown, Kayla Doherty, Maksym Koval, Nora Buckley and Sophia Grella.

Mansfield competed against teams from  Algonquin Regional High, Tri County Regional Vocational Technical High School, South Eastern Vocational High School,
and Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School.

MHS students during the BCC Computer Programming Contest: from left: Sophia Grella, Nora Buckley, Dhruv Jain, Kayla Doherty, Maddie Brown, and Maksym Koval.

Dhruv Jain: our second place winner!  
Sophia, Nora and Dhruv  
Kayla, Maddie and Maksym  


Ms Elofson's "Introduction to Computer Science"

Computer Science Club 2020-21

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Colin O'Toole
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Chris O'Toole
Computer Science Matt Lovino
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Matt Iovino
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 President Deirdre Burke explaining what is inside a SPDT (single pole double throw) switch and how it will help make the mini-robot work.
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Matt Iovino, carefully making the wire connection to the SPDT switches.
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Deirdre Burke using the multimeter to check connections.

2021 Project
"April fools apps"
Here are some really cute April Fools apps that my Computer Science students made.
They are in Google slides along with the links.



designed interactive greeting cards.

Check them out!

Python Camp with Ellen Liu - Jan. 2019

Karen Elofson
    The Mansfield Computer Science Club officially launched their January event, called Python Camp.  Throughout the last few meets students have been learning to use Python to code and complete challenges.  The challenges include a dice rolling simulator, number guessing program, Mad Libs generator, text based adventure game, and a hangman game.  
    Ellen Liu, a graduate of MHS, designed the challenges for Python Camp and has been working alongside MHS coders this month, guiding their progress and providing tips for programming in Python. Ellen recently graduated from Swarthmore College with a double major in Computer Science and Psychology.  
    Python Camp will continue throughout the month of January, and anyone who is interested in learning the language is welcome to attend!
Connor Peavey
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