With the conclusion of Computer Science Education Week, we had some outstanding entries for our four District challenges and will continue accepting submissions through Friday, December 16th.
To be included in the raffle for one of our prize packs, click on the Challenges Icon and submit your project using the appropriate link for one of the four District challenges.
Thank you to our Springfield community for making Computer Science Education Week a time of exploration, innovation, and engagement around computer science!
CS Education Week is celebrated every year during the week of Grace Hopper’s, one of the first Computer Scientist’s, birthday, which is December 9th. This year it is celebrated from December 5th through 11th! Here in Springfield Public Schools, we are thrilled to Celebrate CSEd Week! We want to inspire students, educators, and families to learn all about Computer Science! Computer Science helps cultivate problem-solving skills, logic, and creativity to explore the use of these skills both with and without technology. This year for CS Education Week, Springfield Public Schools wants to highlight Computer Science and all the real-world skills that your scholars can benefit from.
At Springfield Public Schools, we are excited to have every school participate in CSEd Week!
If you have questions or need support, please reach out to
Denise Matuszczak ([email protected]),
Rachel Miller ([email protected]), or
Matt Flood ([email protected])
Special thanks to the following teachers serving on our CSEd Week committee for sharing their time and expertise in making CSEd Week a great success!
Caitlin Whitney – Glenwood Elementary
Hope Costigan – Indian Orchard Elementary
Alva Laster – STEM Middle Academy
Erin Demarest – Milton Bradley School
Melissa Zeitz – Zanetti Montessori School
Isaac Yeboah – South End Middle School
Hannah Buckley – Glickman Elementary