Computer Science Education Week is an opportunity for students, families, and the community to come together to learn something new and understand that computer science (CS) is for everyone! CSEdWeek is held each year during Grace Hopper’s birthday. Grace Hopper was a U.S. naval officer and mathematician who was a pioneer in computer science and developed a program that translates programming code into machine language. 

Be sure to join us on social media, and share how you are celebrating CSEdWeek2021 by tagging us in your posts and using the hashtag #TRSACSEdWeek


TRSA wishes to thank our important donors who made CSEdWeek possible:

Flight Night and Schusterman Family Philanthropies 


Computer Science Education Week is Dec. 6-12, and we’re helping schools across Oklahoma celebrate. Here are ways to celebrate:

Share your CSEdWeek classroom activities with us for a chance to win a Sphero Mini Education 16-pack for your class! ($1200 value) 

For more ways to celebrate, click here.


My Robotic Friends – unplugged activity from 

Downloadable CS posters

9 Black Women That You Should Know in Data Science 

Hour of Code Activities – searchable by grade, technology, subject area, topic, and CS comfort level  

Teacher Tips for teaching CS

CS Careers to Discuss with your Students