(Indianapolis) We are doing an entire week of code through my Project Lead the Way course. We are also having a guest speaker come in to talk about coding. Lastly, I am using this week to kick off a club that I am starting in January, Girls Who Code.
(Indianapolis) We have a Student Resource Time (SRT). We will be doing it during this period on Tuesday and Thursday of next week.
(Jasper) Our high school AP computer science class students (using the code.org AP curriculum) are going into our elementary classrooms to inspire students and teach a lesson for the Hour of Code. 16 high school mentors will mentor and inspire 500+ kids in grades 1-4 one classroom and one code.org lesson at a time. We are so excited!
(Fishers) Family Reading Night will have various coding opportunities for families to do together.
Brooklyn STEM Academy (Mooresville) This will be the 2nd year for the district wide Hour of Code. Getting every student in the MSD of Martinsville to understand the importance of learning how to code is very important.
Delphi Public Library (Delphi) We will be hosting our Hour of Code at the Delphi Public Library. It will be open to all ages from 4-6 p.m. on Friday, December 8. We are using this as a launching pad for our Girls Who Code program that will start in January. We hope that with Hour of Code, we will break down the stigma that code is scary or too hard.
Junior Agent Academy (Kokomo) Junior Agent Academy is a day care for students 6 months ~ 12. We are powered by FoodPrecinct.com. We are a child care operation for restaurant workers by restaurant workers. We offer extended hours for the parents who work late restaurant hours. We are the only daycare I’m the city to our knowledge participating in the hour of code. It is our mission to introduce kids to coding at the youngest age possible so they can have a head start in this technical savvy world that we live in.
Monroe County Public Library (Bloomington) Come participate in the worldwide effort to celebrate computer science with fun, interactive programming activities for all ages and skill levels like LEGO Mindstorms; robot demonstrations from local FIRST Robotics Competition Team 3494, The Quadrangles; Makey Makeys and coding themed crafts! In addition to gadgets, there will be snacks, button making, and more!
Vincennes University IT Programs (Fort Branch) College students from Vincennes University majoring in Information Technology will host over 150 5th grade students on Thursday, December 7th. Beyond coding on code.org, we will engage kids in cyber security, video game design and development, programming the Alexa App, and PC hardware components. This will be our 4th annual event! This is a class project in our B.S. Degree Course - IT Project Management. Students plan and execute this project using PMBOK project management methodology. This is an AWESOME event each year!