Stuyvesant High School, Eric Contreras, and our computer science students, who have organized CyberStuy, a day of hands-on computer science workshops developed by high school students for middle school students. The event is taking place this Saturday, April 22nd from 9am to 3pm. This is a student-coordinated event focused on our larger equity goals to reach all middle schools in NYC by having them partake in learning and mentorship with our Stuyvsant students.
We would very much appreciate if your Parent Coordinators could help us advertise this event to your middle school by distributing the flyer or emailing home. The workshops by our high school students include:
- Chibitronics: Building Circuits and Art From Circuits
- Robots: Stuy Robotics will present their work and robots and let students operate their robots.
- Intro to Python
- Intro to HTML
- Gaming in NetLogo
The registration link is below and the flyer is attached.
Stuyvesant has one of the most comprehensive high school computer science programs in the country, in addition to six after-school computer science clubs, which include, StuyHacks and Stuyvesant Girls Who Code. The purpose of this event is to promote mentorship with peers, engage in conversations about computer science with fellow students, and to have fun with hands-on computer science applications.
The event is FREE, but spaces are limited and all participants must REGISTER at: