Mr. Garcia




In Educational Technology class were teaching Code.orgs K-8 Intro to Computer Science course to your child.



K-8 Intro to Computer Science is fun, collaborative, and creative! Its designed to inspire students to continue learning how technology improves real world relationships, connections, and life.


            Students learn:

  • how the Internet works
  • basic computer programming
  • logic, problem solving and creativity


The course features puzzles, video lectures by Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat, as well as familiar characters from popular games Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies. Using a blended learning model, your children are learning with a mix of online, self-guided activities and unplugged activities that use no computer at all.



Software is everywhere. Its shaping almost every aspect of how we live our lives. But very few kids are learning how to actually create games, apps and programs.


            Did you know?

  • 90% of American schools dont teach computer science.
  • Fewer students are learning how computers work than a decade ago!
  • All students can learn to code. But girls and students of color are severely underrepresented in computer science.


Computer science is a foundation for every student. Thats why were introducing ours to these critical 21st century skills. is a non-profit dedicated to giving every student in every school the opportunity to learn computer science, and expanding participation by girls and students of color. Learn more at