The Hour of Code!

Be a Part of the Largest Learning Event in History!

Celebrate Computer Science Education Week: 12/8 - 12/14

Last year, 15 million students tried an Hour of Code in one week. This year we’re aiming for 100 million students worldwide to honor Admiral Grace Hopper, the first computer programmer born 12/09/1906. Help celebrate her birthday by taking just 1 hour (anytime this week) to explore computer science! It's fun! Plus it teaches problem-solving skills, logic, and encourages creativity. Skills that provide a foundation for success in today's world!

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What is Hour of Code?

A one-hour activity! Students of all ages can choose from a variety of self-quided activities, from kindergarten up. The activities work on any browser, tablet, or smartphone. There are more than 20 different activities to choose from, each introducing computer science in its own way for students K-12, beginner on up!

The Activities

Read, Write, Code, & Create!

Have Fun & Spread the Word: Let's Code!

Questions: Contact Mrs. Suski @ ext. 1124