A+ College Ready has cancelled the following Study Sessions scheduled for January 23, 2016.
Science Session Locations:
Florence High Schoo
l- affecting the following schools: Florence HS, Colbert County HS, Colbert Heights HS, Cherokee HS (Colbert County), and Russellville HS
Gaston High School -
affecting the following schools: Gaston HS, Glencoe HS, Sardis HS, West End HS, Etowah HS, Cherokee County HS
Walker HS -
affecting the following schools: Walker HS
Social Studies Session Locations:
Columbia High School- affecting the following schools: All Huntsville City Schools, James Clemens HS, and Bob Jones HS
Albertville High School - affecting the following schools: Albertville HS, Guntersville HS, Oneonta HS
Lawrence County HS - affecting the following schools: Lawrence County HS, East Lawrence HS, Hatton HS, and RA Hubbard HS
Thank you for understanding and stay warm!
Code.org, A+ College Ready, and the Alabama State Department of Education held a news conference January 7th announcing a new partnership, which will significantly expand computer science education in Alabama's public shcools:
Jake Baskin of Code.org addressed the media, along with Mary Boehm, A+ College Ready president, and Dr. Philip Cleveland, Deputy Superintendent of Career Technical Education for the ALSDE during a Code.org-sponsored computer science training session. Members of the media and community had the chance to talk with teachers and students directly involved in this important initiative.