Computer Science Education Week

What is Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek)? CSEdWeek is an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take interest in computer science. This year, it is happening December 7-13! Learn more by visiting

How can I get involved? Learn about and register for our upcoming Computer Science Education Week special events! All events will be virtual. Limited spots are available for each workshop. Registration is required and you will receive the link to the event via email.

For Students in Grades 4-6

Introduction to Micro:bits - Wednesday, December 9 | 4:00-4:45pm

Presenter: Aditi Gopalakrishnan

Join us for an introduction to micro:bits led by teen micro:bit enthusiast Aditi Gopalakrishnan. What is a microcontroller? Where is it used? How do I get started coding with a micro:bit? No equipment is necessary for participation in this program. We will be using a simulator to code.

A basic understanding of coding and/or some coding experience is highly recommended.

Registration is required. Register using our online form starting on December 1st. You will receive the Zoom program link via email. This workshop is open to students in grades 4-6.

Questions? Contact the Head of Children's Services at

For Students in Grades 7-12

Code Your Own Web App- Wednesday, December 9 | 3:30-5:00pm

Presenter: Priyanka Rajan

Students will learn applications of programming and create a simple to-do-list web app using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Participants will leave with an understanding of how code has important, practical purposes in the real world.

Registration is required. This workshop is open to students in grades 7-12.

Machine Learning With Scratch- Thursday, December 10 | 4:00-5:00pm

Presenter: Dristi Shah

Whether it's recommendations for your favorite shows, advertisements for online shopping, or searching for photos based on what is in them, artificial intelligence is all around us. Join us to learn what artificial intelligence is, make your own AI model, and test it through Scratch!

Registration is required. This workshop is open to students in grades 7-12.

Questions? Contact the Teen Services Department at