Sprint 1 Scores Are In
Sep 28, 2021
Sprint 1 scores are in, and we are delighted to see the middle school division top team spots full of rookie teams (King City R-I School District in 1st, Ben Johnson Elementary School in 2nd, and Joseph Arthur Middle School, way to make your presence in the YCL known!) while the junior high division has seasoned veterans crowding premium rankings (welcome BACK St. Henry Catholic School, Scott County Central Elementary, and Eagle Ridge Christian School!) In individual coder rankings, Lindsay (Sikeston Middle School), Malorie, and Aaron (Christ Community Lutheran School) tied for first with perfect scores in the middle school division, and first place is crowded with a 14-way tie for 7th and 8th-grade coders (that competition this season is going to be something to watch). The YCL is off to a competitive start, follow along throughout the season!
Fall 2021 Curriculum
Sep 3, 2021
This fall, middle school coders will work their way through the Storytelling curriculum and will use code to tell fun and interactive stories while junior high coders will work their way through the Art curriculum, creating animations, interactive artwork, photograph filters, and other exciting, artistic projects using code.
Aug 18, 2021
We're getting ready for a fall full of coding and competition - our first step is making sure the teachers who are serving as coaches feel empowered and set up for success. Liza, the Youth Coding League Coordinator, is working with teachers this week to get them ready for a successful season of competition!