Hour of Code Special Events — Ohio

  • (Columbus)
    We are hosting a family night in which members of the community and families can come and code with their kids! December 5 from 5:30-7:00
  • (Cleveland)
    We are also offering a 12 days of code program for at home.
  • (Cleveland)
    Westpark Community will be participating in "12 Days of Code".
  • (North Ridgeville)
    We are having our 2nd annual full district Hour of Code Celebration! We will be partnering again with Hyland and local businesses to honor coding as an essential part of K-12 Curriculum. This event will incorporate a variety of coding applications including robotics to enhance the coding curriculum that the district already incorporated into instruction.
  • (North Royalton)
    My class will be inviting their parents, or special guest, to their Hour of Code. The students are the teachers and they will be teaching their adult how to code!
  • (Reynoldsburg)
    Our district participates in Hour of Code each year. Schools and individual teachers have the choice of how much they want to participate and what activities they will do to participate. Some schools have competitions and some let the classroom teachers make the most of the week, therefore, there is not always 100% participation, but for those that do it's a fantastic opportunity for the students to explore and learn about computer science.
  • (Sugarcreek)
    The entire district will be participating!
  • (North College Hill)
    It will involve all girls in an attempt to inspire girls to pursue math and science careers.
  • (Chillicothe)
    We have been participating in the Ohio STEM Learning Networks Twitter Coding Race with children teaching adults how to code. See these tweets at @SCOPESUnioto
  • After School Program - Shaker Heights School (Shaker Heights)
    Inviting parents to code with their kids to help encourage STEM programming.
  • Idea Foundry (Columbus)
    Hour of Code: Maker Edition Columbus will be hosted by multiple groups who are passionate about computer science education for all. In addition to Hour of Code tutorials and activities, we will have stations where guests can interact with 3D printers, virtual reality and drones. This event will be hosted at the Idea Foundry, Columbus's maker space which is located in a growing city neighborhood that is diverse and vibrant. We will open the event to the public. This event is hosted by CoverMyMeds, Local Tech Heroes, Idea Foundry and participating organizations will include Hack OHI/O, IC3D, Knockout Concepts and Multivarious Games amongst others.
  • Math Plus Academy - Powell (Powell)
    This will be a paired coding event where parents learn to code with their kids.
    Code Girl Day event focusing on middle school girls within the county. 5 different middle schools from different districts come together with volunteers from local businesses and universities to make this a unique learning event for middle school girls.