Published on November 19, 2021 by Brian Dvorak

Hour of Code is coming! This is a great opportunity to celebrate computer science and expose students to coding to help build interest in the industry.

No programming experience? No problem! Hour of Code has made learning to code super easy to follow. Code.org provides student and teacher Tutorials and Activities for the Hour of Code by grade level from K-12. Try it out here.

If you have heard about the Hour of Code, you probably know it made history last year. More than 1 billion students around the world have participated, including nearly 7,000 students in Fresno Unified School District at 21 sites. This year, we want to double that number!  

Teachers, you can help increase our numbers by registering on the Hour of Code Registration page to share your participation the week of December 6-12. 

Win the FUSD Hour of Code Participation trophy – Awarded to the school with the highest participation percentage. Simply fill out our brief form for a chance to win.

Librarians and school leaders can also host Hour of Code events outside of instructional time by setting up spaces for participation or host a Family Code Night.

Finally, check out our Hour of Code at Home Flyer below to share with families.

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