NORTH CHAPTER

Lee HaydenCSTANJ NorthChapter President

North Chapter Announcements:

Meeting Announcement:

CSTA-NNJ will be holding a chapter meeting at the County College of Morris in room 122 of the Learning Resource Center from 4pm to 6pm on Tuesday, 10/22. Attached is a map and parking permit.

Please RSVP here.

See Map and Parking Permit

Online programming applications and services have been multiplying over the past few years. At this meeting we will be looking at many of the ones that can be used in computer science education, including repl.it, CodeHS, pythonanywhere, trinket, codiva.io, Google Filestream, and DigitalOcean.

I hope to see many of you at the meeting. Bring a friend!


-Lee


More information about the first meeting will be coming soon!

CSTA-NNJ_call_for_new_members.pdf


CSTA NJ-North Chapter Leadership 2017-18:

President

  • Lee Hayden, Roxbury High School, Roxbury, NJ

Vice President


Secretary


Treasurer


University Liaison


Community College Liaison


K-8 Representative


CSTA Chapter Representative


Webmaster

  • Kim Smith, Saint Ann School, Lawrence NJ

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October Shout Out

Middle School Science Teacher using CS to Teach

Daryl Detrick Presented The GOOD NEWS

Governor Murphy announced Computer Science for All initiatives today at Steinert High School, Hamilton Township NJ.

Initiatives include:

-Grants for up to 45 high schools to add CS, totally $2 million

-new STEM office at NJDOE that will include CS education

-Forming of Computer Science Advisory Committee to make suggestions on standards and state CS action plan

-Governor Murphy is joining the national bipartician organization GovernorsForCS

Thank you to Governor Murphy, his staff and NJDOE.

Computer Science Education.

Good for our students.

Good for our state.