The Digital Literacy and Computer Science Education is a subject that enables students to employ cognitive and technical skills to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information via existing and emerging technologies.
Classes are traditionally held at the computer Laboratory, 3rd floor. The standards taught at the comp. Lab. introduce the study of computers and algorithmic processes, including computer science principles, hardware and software designs, applications, networks, and societal impact, and lay the groundwork for students to use their increasingly valuable knowledge and skills in college and careers.
Classes are structurally offered to grades 4th through 9th.
The DLCS schedules activities and competitions year round including:
- School wide Typing Competition
- Week of Code
- Beaver Challenge (International computational problem solving)
- Digital citizenship course certificates
- Google Digital Literacy Courses