As part of our Mini Maker Camp series, Ferndale Public Schools hosted a Hackathon For Public Good for 6th through 12th grade students. Students participated in a Learnathon in the morning where they used Mozilla Thimble to create interactive postcards, websites and more using basic coding skills. In the afternoon, students were introduced to some real world problems from local organizations and worked together in teams to come up with a solution. The teams had to create a presentation of their solution and pitch it to our feedback panel. Please see our Storify for a glimpse in our day of hacking to solve community problems.