Events

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Upcoming: 

SAM Labs Virtual Summer Camps

July 6th - August 14th

Varies

K-8 STUDENTS

Need something to keep your K-8 kids busy this summer?

Join SAM Labs for a  week-long STEAM and Coding camps from July 6th – August 14th!

  • Week-long camp-themed lessons with hands-on, interactive steam and coding activities
  • Aligned with the NGSS/CSTA standards
  • Sessions are made up of a coding and creation portion so students get a hands-on learning experience
  • 1.5 hours of live instruction led by our team of certified educators through Zoom daily 1.5 hours of structured, self-paced learning (through Seesaw) daily

Flux’s Esports in Education Summit (POSTPONED) 

TBD

9 am - 3 pm

EDUCATORS/COMMUNITY

STEM Camp EDU 2020

POSTPONED

3 Days

EDUCATORS

Past Events: 

Lower Merion High School – CodeLM Event (Online)

APRIL 17th, 2020

12 pm - 3 pm

STUDENTS

Lower Merion High School has held codeLM, a multi-high school computer programming competition, each year for the last five years. This year, CodeLM 2020 will be entirely online. The competition will be held on April 17th from 12 – 3, see links below to register.

codeLM

Here are some important details from Lower Merion:
• Everything will be done online through our website – NewWaveComputers.com
• Students will work individually in three divisions:

1. Junior Developer – This is for students that are in their first year of computer science, typically a pre-AP course.
2. Senior Developer – These students are in their second year of computer science, or are enrolled in AP Computer Science A
3. Upper Management – Students have already completed AP Computer Science A or are enrolled in a post-AP CSA course.

• Prizes will be awarded for the top finishers in each division.
• The competition will consist of a handful of auto-graded questions. Submissions will not be evaluated on quality, just simply if it works.
• Students can write solutions in Java, Python or C++.
• Students will be able to compete from anywhere, as long as they have a high school teacher that will vouch for their level of experience..

Students can register for a practice account at NewWaveComputers.com where they can test out our dashboard and see questions from last year’s competition.

Message from Tom Swope – Computer Science Teacher at Lower Merion HS:

Please let me know if you have any questions. We’re hoping that our competition will serve as a fun and engaging activity for students during these very unusual times. 

Tom Swope – swopet@lmsd.org

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