Register now for the exciting CyberPatriot Summer CyberCamp taught by Lisa Oyler, STA Networking Instructor, AFA Missouri Teacher of the Year, and LSR7/STA CyberPatriot Coach. 7th -11th grade students interested in CyberSecurity can still register for this extraordinary camp! Click here to register. Click here to access camp info and live link. If you have questions, please contact STA secretary Shelly Harmon at 816-986-3410.
Also, check out photos of ’15-’16 CyberPatriot Competition: photo slideshow
iSTEM Summer School Course
Credit: .5 of elective credit
Date/Time: May 26th- June 14th @ 12:30 – 4:30 P.M
Location: Summit Technology Academy
Introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Careers (ISTEM)
Students will learn about the diverse field of health care, ranging from HIPAA law to client care. Students will build some simple media board apps. Use Ohm’s Law to solve simple series and parallel circuits. Learn how engineers and scientists turn materials into things used every day. Participate in hands-on activities involving hardware, cabling, and connectivity of computer systems. Students will learn numerous skills that encourages teamwork, group projects, and field experiences. Learn project management and presentation skills while working together with professionals. Students enroll in the course through the R7 Summer School enrollment process. Click here to enroll through the R7 Summer School enrollment page.
Lisa Oyler, a computer science teacher at Summit Technology Academy, was recently named the 2016 Missouri Air Force Association Teacher of the Year. Read more
The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District is among just eight districts in the nation to be designated as a CyberPatriot Center of Excellence by the United States Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot program. The school district, which has captured numerous awards in the national CyberPatriot program, learned of this honor during mid-March.
This prestigious status is awarded only to organizations that excel in emphasizing cybersecurity and developing the workforce of tomorrow. Students involved in the district’s high-school and middle-school CyberPatriot teams as well as students in the district’s Missouri Innovation Campus cybersecurity program have excelled in this high-demand area and are well prepared to become the next generation of cybersecurity professionals
To find out more about the CyberPatriot program, please visit their website at http://www.uscyberpatriot.org
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