(Myrtle Beach) We are hosting a Community Technology Night on Tuesday, December 5, for parents, students, and members of the community to come in and learn how to code using Code.org, as well as other technology that we have in our school.
(Greenwood) Related makerspace activities will be available in the media center all week.
(Lamar) I think my elective class will participate in coding from Dec 4-8 for the solar system tynker interactive module
(Orangeburg) We are eager to allow our students to explore the world of STEM!
(Aiken County) My district, Aiken County Schools, is trying to get all schools involved.
(Fort Mill) The school librarian and technology teacher will host an entire month of special coding activity sessions for all students to participate in
(Ladson) Our school will be hosting an evening of code where parents are invited to participate in the Hour of Code with their student. We will have local professional volunteers to circulate and assist.
(Bowman) Because my whole district is doing this hour of code
YouthLink (Seneca) Join YouthLink for “Code Xtreme - Hour of Code Community Event”, a free, fun, family-friendly learning activity for students, parents, grandparents, businesses, churches, organizations, etc. on Friday, December 8th from 4:00PM - 7:00PM at the YouthLink Training Center. No experience is required. Ages 7 - 107!