CODING THE COAL REGION: K-12 REGISTRATION
Parent/Legal Guardian Information
Computer Programming Knowledge
For the Fall 2020 semester, students can choose from one of two courses: 101 or 105. These courses are foundation curriculum and will allow students the opportunity to choose from additional courses in the Spring 2020 semester. Please select a date & time for ONE COURSE. Please note that Programming 105 will require students to take an entrance assessment to be eligible.
Programming 101: Introduction to Computational Thinking with Scratch
Recommended for students with little to no computer programming experience
Prerequisite: Programming 101 or comparable experience (demonstrated through entrance assessment)
Recommended for students with some to a lot of computer programming experience
Parental/Legal Guardian Consent Form
I am the parent/legal guardian of the "Student" named above in the registration form, and I understand that my permission and authorization is required to register my child and have my child participate in the Coding the Coal Region Project.
I hereby consent to public disclosure of the education records listed below, collected during the Coding the Coal Region Project:
a. Course Attendance
b. Student Assessment Data
c. Work completed within the Coding the Coal Region Project
d. Feedback provided through surveys on instructors and coursework
e. Photos of my child during program hours to be used for marketing and reporting documents
I desire for my child's education records listed above to be released to the following persons/organizations associated with the Coding the Coal Region Project:
a. Wilkes-Barre Connect: Entity managing the registration process and overall program
b. Codelicious: Entity providing the courses/curriculum and assessment exams
c. Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development: Entity handling the data collection, analysis, and reporting for the Coding the Coal Region Project
I, the undersigned, certify that I am the parent or legal guardian of the Child/Student, named in this application form, and that I have the right to make decisions for my child that affect his/her well being.