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The Latest From Code Savvy - 2022 Impact and Appreciation

As we approach year-end, we are spending some time reflecting on the impact that our programs have had in 2022.

We are also gearing up to set our intentions and goals for 2023.

In just a couple of weeks, our 2022 Impact Report will be available for you all, so you will be able to see all of the amazing work we’ve done this year. But I first wanted to take a moment today to thank YOU for the impact that you’ve had on us.

Our network of directors, volunteers, teachers, parents, mentors, and students is INCREDIBLE, and you all make the work that we do that much better, every day.

Please take a moment to pause and reflect on your own accomplishments this holiday season, and know that every single one of you is appreciated and celebrated by us here at Code Savvy. We couldn’t do what we do without you.

Happy Holidays and Merry Yule to you all!

Valerie Lockhart

Executive Director

This Week’s Spotlight and Project-Inspiration Theme: Celebrate Winter

As the days keep getting colder and shorter, we want to take this week to appreciate the season! At Code Savvy, we hope everyone is enjoying the snow and all the fun that comes with the winter months. To celebrate and look back at our spotlight and project inspirations from 2022, here are different winter-themed activities that you can try during this holiday season or break that incorporate some of the topics we covered throughout the year!

  1. Python Winter Snowflake - Learn the basics of Python when creating a unique and colorful digital snowflake.

  2. Snowball Fight in Scratch - Create a game to try and throw snowballs at a target.

  3. Pixel Art Winter Scene - Use Google Sheets to create a digital winter-themed masterpiece.

  4. Oversee Snowplows in Real Time with GIS - Use GIS to make a map of real-time snowplow activity in your community.

  5. Learn About NeoPixels - Learn the basics of NeoPixels, circuits, and sample programs and try to get inspired by the holiday lights.

You could also take the time to try creating your own website using HTML, create digital art using p5.js, go back to the basics with an unplugged coding activity, and so much more!

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