Join the Girls Who Code Club at Warner Public Library!
Thursday, February 2nd through May 11th
Weekly Meetings at 4 p.m. on Thursdays
Girls Who Code is a non-profit organization dedicated
to closing the gender gap in technology.
The Girls Who Code Club at Warner Public Library is a free program for 3rd-5th grade students to join a
sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. The club is
completely free and offers fun activities through a flexible curriculum that adapts to participants’ unique needs.
~ Learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals and functions that form the basis of all programming languages.
~ IMPACT: Work in teams to complete projects that solve real-world problems in your community.
See the Girls Who Code Club gallery of projects to browse some of the work created in Clubs, College Loops, and Summer Programs: https://hq.girlswhocode.com/project-gallery?
HOW TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD ON GIRLS WHO CODE HQ WITH A USERNAME:
Step 2: Enter your email address to receive an email with parent/guardian information about HQ.
Step 3: Enter your child’s full name and create a unique username (ie gwccoderl)
and a password.
Step 4: You will be redirected to Join Your Program and enter your child’s Club Code.
THE WARNER PUBLIC LIBRARY CLUB CODE IS: OK45907
Step 5: Confirm that your child’s Club details are correct, fill out demographic information, and complete your registration.
If you’re unable to complete these steps, you may download, print, and fill out this permission slip at the library to allow library staff to complete your child’s registration on HQ: PERMISSION SLIP