Youth Code Jam: Learn to Code Camp July 5-7th

Calling all kids! Get coding superpowers this summer at Youth Code Jam Learn to Code Camp

July 5-7th 10AM-1:30PM
River City Christian School
5810 Blanco Rd. 
San Antonio, Tx 78216

No previous coding experience required. Best for upper middle through high school ages. 

Geek out with us this summer at River City Christian School as we teach neurodiverse young people how to make computers do cool stuff. 

COST: $275
Register online at bit.ly/summeratrccs
Space is limited. Priority registration ends May 19.

CODE JAM Sat. May 20th 1-4PM

Registration is now open for Low Sensory Youth Code Jam!! 

This jam has been designed for students with high functioning autism and Aspergers and those with social and sensory challenges. However, we welcome all special needs students and their parents. 

Saturday May 20th @ 1-4PM
Launch SA @ Central Library, 600 Soledad
Cost: FREE

For more details and registration go to: 2017lowsensoryjam.eventbrite.com

Very limited space so register soon! Also do not forget to check out their inclusive summer camps at youthcodejam.org/attend

Parenting in the Digital Age: Wed. May 3rd, 9am-12pm

Our children's access to technology can both empower and endanger them. Come to this training to learn what to look out for as parents in your child's digital interactions. What is reasonable in usage? How do you find out about apps, games and websites? Should children and teens have social media accounts? How should you handle cyberbullying?

You will leave this training with practical advice and tools to assist you in your role as a 21st Century parent!

**Interpreter provided by request. Call 210-370-5466 by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, May 1st. **

This training will be provided via webinar. Please emailkimberly.baumgardner@esc20.net to receive the webinar link. 

Dares, Drugs and Dangerous Teen Trends: February 22, 2017, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.

Are you really in the know about drugs, dares, and dangerous technology trends? This training is designed to increase drug, alcohol, and technology awareness for all members of the school community. Parents attending this training will learn the latest trends and will be amazed at the different ways our students are hiding drugs. You will also learn about dangerous apps and technology trends affecting the school community.
**Interpreter provided by request. Call 210-370-5466 by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, February 20th. **
 
 Wednesday, February 22, 2017, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
 
This training will be provided via webinar. Please emailkimberly.baumgardner@esc20.net to receive the webinar link. 

Over 30 iPad Apps for Students with Special Needs

Some apps have been recommended for teachers and parents of kids with learning disabilities. The apps have been arranged into four main categories: apps for dyslexic learners, apps for autistic learners, apps for the visually impaired and apps for learners with writing difficulties.  For those of you using Android a similar list will soon be posted. Stay tuned.

Click the link for a detailed list and information to download the apps you are interested in: