(Killen) Each class K5 - 6th grade will be participating in an "Hour of code" activity throughout the day on December 6. Additionally, this will kick off activities for the 5th and 6th grades classes for the spring semester.
(Madison) Computer Science students from our local high school are coming to our school with their teacher to partner with my 5th grade students to code together this week for the hour of code.
(Eufaula) We are doing this system wide. Parents are involved. High School students are coming to help elementary students.
(Gadsden) Our program is a gifted program. We have students from each of the 8 schools in the district to participate in the hour of code. We will have different students participate each day in the hour of code. We offer opportunities for coding to our students year round through code.org, ozobots, dash and dot.
(Florence) My district is participating in a Hour of Code event on Dec. 5th.
(Tuskegee) George Washington Carver Elementary School will host an Hour of Code for the first time. The event will occur all week long and culminate on Friday, as well as extend to the 21st Century Community Learning Center in the afternoon. Parents and the entire district and community will be invited to participate. We will set up stations for parents in the library if they would like to participate at the school.
(Eufaula) Eufaula City Schools
CSD and AP CSP students from high school will facilitate Hour of Code with students at Primary School and Elementary School; they will spend half day at each school
AP CSP and ECS students will facilitate Hour of Code at high school during math classes one day of the week
ECS students from high school and CSD students from middle school will facilitate Hour of Code with students at middle school
“Eufaula City Schools CODE the Night” - Community event being held at local Chamber of Commerce building after annual Christmas Parade; coding activities for all age groups (plugged and unplugged) facilitated by high school CS students, CS teachers, and volunteers from the community; food trucks on site; if weather permits some of the coding activities will happen under the stars (outside)
Considering taking high school AP CSP and CSD students to assisted living facility to facilitate Hour of Code
(Jemison) Parents and school officials will visit our gifted classroom during Computer Science Week to learn what their children are doing with coding. Students will teach their parents coding skills and show off their own projects.
(Sheffield) We are working with the local high school AP Computer Science students. They develop lessons and are visiting our campus and leading the instruction with our upper elementary students
Alabama STEM Education (http://www.alabamastemeducation.org/) (Bessemer) Alabama STEM Education (http://www.alabamastemeducation.org/) and Auburn University will organize 2 joint events for elementary and middle school underserved students from Bessemer, AL area.