CodeGirl documentary, in the HHS Library, on Thursday 2/25 @ 2:00pm. CodeGirl follows high school-aged girls around the world as they try to better their communities through technology and collaboration. Witness these girls compete in the "Technovation Challenge" in which they develop their own apps to address a community issue. The winning team receives $10K to complete development and release their app on the market. A fascinating watch!
All are welcome to attend this screening! More details here.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Are you a DIY type looking for some project inspiration? Check out Instructables for step-by-step project tutorials. Whether it be technology, woodworking, costume design, culinary arts, or traditional crafts, Instructables has a tutorial for you! Spend some time in the makerspace, and try one out!
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. New members are always welcome. Happy reading!
Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans, and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. History. For more information, please read here.
Several HHS students recently attended the LearnLaunch 2016 "Classrooms of the Future" edtech conference, in which they had a chance to present projects they have been working on in the library makerspace, as well as Mr. Worrell's Smartphone Photography course! Many area schools were in attendance showcasing their own innovative projects - it was great to see and hear what other schools have been up to as well! For more information about the conference, and to see HHS students in action, please click here.