Hour of Code Special Events — Colorado

  • (Pueblo)
    Lots of fun stuff , guest coding speaker, involving K-5th grade using the Hour of Code.
  • (Colorado Springs)
    This event is a push to train all schools (Elementary and Secondary) is the Hour of Code. Last year, we reached 2600 students in School District 57. This year, we have set a goal of 5000 students!
  • (Frisco)
    7th and 8th grade coding classes will be going to a local elementary school and presenting about coding and sharing games they have made with 5th graders.
  • (Longmont)
    Middle school programming students will be teaching the rest of the school k-8 and we will be bringing in some homeschool students to join us in learning an Hour of Code.
  • (Fort Collins)
    We will use Hour of Code as a starting point for a whole unit on code/computer science, from counting in binary to game design.
  • Blue Mountain Elementary School (Longmont)
    Interactive community wide event for students, parents and local business partners to showcase CSed and how they can participate and advocate
  • Crested Butte Library (Crested Butte)
    The Crested Butte Library's Hour of Code will be held on Monday December 4th, 2017 from 3:30-5:00 PM. Serving students ages 6-12, this after school program will utilize the programming on hourofcode.com and code.org. Students participating will receive a certificate for their Hour of Code completion. Local computer guru Bruce Eckel, in addition to library staff, will be on hand to help students work through the coding challenges and answer questions.
  • CSEd Week: Boulder, Colorado (Boulder)
    From Saturday, December 2nd to Saturday December 9th, we’ve planned a full week of coding, robotics and tinkering workshops. Makers, hackers, artists, educators, parents, children, teenagers, adults and robots are all welcome. https://calendar.boulderlibrary.org/calendar.php?cid=3412&t=d&d=0000-00-00&ct%5B%5D=35060&cal%5B%5D=3412
  • mindSpark Learning and Colorado Technology Association (CTA) (Denver)
    Event will include industry speakers, local politician, possible news coverage, Hour of Code activities, unplugged activities, robotics stations and more.