All students should have access to computer science education.
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Hack Highschool every Saturday Sept-May (~200 Students)
2017 Summer Camps:
MetroEd: Cybersecurity Camp (40 students, 11 to 14 years old) - June 2017
2017 Spring Camps:
Lakewood Elementary: Product Design with Crafting and Coding for girls only (21 students, 8 to 12 years old) - April 2017
Alumn Rock Library: Product Design with Crafting and Coding for girls only (11 students, 8 to 12 years old) - April 2017
Academic Year 2016-17: 10 hours of computer science in the classroom for grades 3rd to 8th in Belle Haven, Los Robles and Caesar Chavez from the Ravenswood School District (543 students).
2016 Winter Camps:
Fremont Library: Storytelling and Game Design With Scratch (20 students, 8 to 12 years old) - December 2016
Fremont Library: Creative Computing (20 students, 7 to 10 years old) - January 2016
2016 Summer Camps:
East Palo Alto: Bootstrap1 - Algebra & Programming to 26 students (grade 8)
East Palo Alto: Science & Programming with Scratch to 14 students (grades 6 and 7)
Academic year 2015/2016
Belle Haven School, Menlo Park: 10 hours of computer Science (CS Continuous Learning program) Grades 3 to 7 (251 students)
2015 Winter Camps:
Newark Library: Little Programmers (20 students, ages 5-8)
Newark Library: Bootstrap (20 students, ages 11-15)
Fremont Library: Bootstrap (20 students ages 11-15)
Union City Library: Introduction to the Magical World of Computers (20 students ages 7-10)
Union City Library: Intermediate Scratch Coding for Girls (20 girl students, ages 8-12)
2015 Thanksgiving Camps:
Fremont Library: Little Programmers (20 students, grades K-2nd)
Fremont Library: Science and Programming with Scratch (20 students, grades 4-7)
2015 Summer Camps:
Belle Haven, Menlo Park: Introduction to Computer Science and Game Design using Scratch.
2 Week Camp + Field Trip to Computer Science History Museum (20 students, ages 7 to 10 yrs)
Belle Haven, Menlo Park: Product Design using Craft and Coding and Game Design from Scratch. 2 Week Camp + Field Trip to Scandau and Nasa Ames Research Center (14 girl students, ages 7-10)
Belle Haven, Menlo Park: Bootstrap 1: 2 Week Camp + Field trip to Facebook (11 students, ages 12-15)
Union City Library: Story Telling and Game Design from Scratch (20 students ages 8-12)
2015 Spring Break:
Fremont Library: Product Design from Scratch (20 girl students, ages 8-12)
Columbia Neighborhood Center, Sunnyvale: Introduction to the Magical World of Computers (20 students ages 7-10)
Newark Library: Introduction to the Magical World of Computer (20 students, ages 7-10)
Santa Clara Library: Storytelling with Scratch (20 students, grades 4-5)
2015 Winter Break:
Fremont Library: Hour of Code (40 students, ages 6-13)
Fremont Library: Game Design From Scratch (40 students, ages 8-12)
Connect Community Charter School, Redwood City: Boostrap 1 after-school program (15 students grade 6-7)
Golden Oak Montessori, Castro Valley: Boostrap 1 (60 students grades 6-7)