Here are a few important things we wanted to share with you!
FREE AP CS P Professional Development
As a part of your Chapter's efforts to create highly trained teachers in the State of Connecticut we've scheduled a 100% free Professional Development opportunity on January 25, 2020 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM at the CREC Academy of Science and Innovation.  
Learn as much as experienced CS geniuses and overall wonderful person Jackie Corricelli can cram in during a 6 hour PD on the AP Computer Science P course and how you can conquer it!  Register on our Event Page for a spot!
The CSTA is raising funds to send Teachers to CSTA 2020 Annual Conference - can you help?
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the CSTA Annual Conference, we are raising scholarship funds that will bring 20 teachers to #CSTA2020. Any donations made on Giving Tuesday — Dec. 3 — will be matched.

Many teachers in our CSTA community face barriers to attend our premier event. Through your generous donations, CSTA will be able to cover the cost of conference registration, travel and lodging for 20 educators and provide them with the high-quality professional development they need to provide exceptional CS education for all of their students.
Scratch Meetups!
Dec 05, 2019 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
The CT Scratch Meetup group will be hosting its' first Scratch Meetup for Educators. This is an opportunity to learn more about Scratch, connect with other Scratch educators and get to "play" around with it. The meetup is completely free and open to all educators. No Scratch coding experience needed! Dinner will be provided. For more information and to register!
Women in STEM-C Event for Middle & High School young women!
Calling all middle and high school girls to join us and enjoy a day of fun and engaging STEM and Computer Science activities.
December 14, 2019  9:00 am—1:30 pm
1101 Kennedy Road, Windsor, CT 06095
For more information, visit & Register!
The CS4CT Conference is looking for your help!
Join us March 27, 2020 at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT.
We have a call for proposals now out for anyone whom has something to contribute to the conversation of Computer Science Education in Connecticut.
Visit the CS4CT website for more information.
Remember, your Connecticut Computer Science Teacher's association loves you!  Come see us all at our next chapter meeting February 10th at Quinnipiac Rocky Top