How To Sign Up
Who is it for?
Any high school in Stockton, California currently interested in developing a computer science program or expanding their current computer science program can sign up for Code Stockton.
To make the program successful, there needs to be support from at least 1 district administrator and 1 high school teacher who are able to do professional development over the summer. The courses need to be offered during the school day in the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school year.
To get started, a school or district administrator should complete the online form here.
Sign up by Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. PST.
Code Stockton is an initiative to expand high-quality computer science programs in Stockton, California school districts. Coding is a foundational skill and all students should be able to take computer science courses at their local schools, regardless of their area code.
CodeHS is providing implementation, professional development, curriculum, and CodeHS Pro accounts to 25 Stockton, California schools for free. School districts will get a full CodeHS computer science implementation for two years (the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school year) including:
Free 6-12th grade computer science curriculum pathway
Free professional development training for teachers
Free CodeHS Pro accounts for the district
District computer science implementation support
Community of other computer science teachers
Download more information about CodeHS and Code Stockton here to share with your school district.
Contact us at , if you have any questions.
- The CodeHS Team