Computer Science Training for Educators Offered

Seasons of CS flier

The Mendocino County Office of Education is partnering with the Sonoma County Office of Education to host a CS + First Steps to Integrating Computer Science Using Unplugged Activities Event on Wednesday, October 25th, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. Download a flier here (PDF).

Please consider joining us to:

  • Learn more about integrating Computer Science into your K-12 classroom
  • Explore engaging unplugged computer science resources and activities that you can implement immediately
  • Find out more about upcoming spring and summer professional learning for educators

This is an exciting opportunity for California teachers to be compensated for engaging in Computer Science professional learning and is provided through Region 2’s work in the Computer Science Educator Workforce Investment Grant: Seasons of CS. Our synchronous learning on October 25th is coupled with 90 minutes of asynchronous activity to be completed independently. Teachers completing both components will be compensated $125.

90 Minutes Synchronous Session via Zoom: Oct. 25, 2023 from 4-5:30pm

90 Minutes Asynchronous Activity: Due by Dec. 5, 2023

Compensation: $125 for completion of 180 Minute Professional Learning

Registration is open and free to any California teacher and no prior experience with Computer Science is necessary! Please contact Rebecca Bailey at or Casey Shea at if you have any questions.

Register HERE | We're looking forward to seeing you!

Through Seasons of CS, additional workshops and professional learning opportunities will be available throughout the 23-24 academic year including “Integrating Computing and Robotics into the K-12” and the “EdTech Playground”. Learn more at or reach out Rebecca Bailey at

"Computer science education not only enables students to understand how their digital world works, but it also encourages critical thinking and discussion around the broader ethical and social implications, including questions related to the growing capabilities of technology."

(California Department of Education. (2018). K-12 computer science standards- introduction. Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources Division.