Silver Oak Elementary School
2018-2019 School Year
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Silver Oak Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) will offer the Primary Programmers course throughout the school year in 2018-19. The classes will be held Wednesdays and Fridays before school between 7:15 AM and 8 AM. The course will include Primary Programmers Bronze and Primary Programmers Silver groups.
Primary Programmers Bronze is open for 4th and 5th grade students where students will learn basic programming concepts using a standard programming language, such as Python. From variables and data types to loops and arrays, students will learn basic algorithm development and create small software projects. The aim of this group is to establish a solid background for programming. (max 30 students)
Primary Programmers Silver is opened to all 6th grade students. 5th grade students who have taken Primary Programmers Bronze Classes are also eligible for this group. Silver group will work on programming projects to develop challenging algorithms. (max 30 students)
Dates & Times
Primary Programmers Bronze - Wednesdays: Oct 3rd – June 4th 7:15 AM to 8 AM
Primary Programmers Silver - Fridays: Oct 5th – June 6th 7:15 AM to 8 AM
Every week except school holidays. The classes are held in Silver Oak room D-14, Mrs. Hoshino's classroom.
Registration: Students may be registered online on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is reached. If your student misses registration, or a desired class is full, please send an email to email@example.com with the student's name, grade, teacher, and the desired course to get on the waiting list.
Grades: Open to 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students
Deadline: Friday, Sept 28th, 2018 (or earlier if capacity is reached)
Fees: No registration fee
Please join our current PTO volunteer parents to help out with the class whether you are a computer wizard or a newbie! Visit www.primaryprogrammers.org/volunteer-opportunities... to register as an instructor or classroom helper.
Program Website: http://www.primaryprogrammers.org