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[24 Jan 2018 | No Comment | ]

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Seattle Promise (formerly 13th Year) – Free Tuition program at Seattle Central College
Seattle Promise Tuition program at Seattle Colleges.  All 2020 Garfield Graduates (make sure to sign up if you are planning to graduate this year) are eligible for two full years of classes (Fall, Winter & Spring quarters) at Seattle Colleges. But to qualify, you must fully register with the initial application deadlines Saturday, February 15th, 2020.  Help is available in the College & Career center after school.
All Application Instruction are at this link: https://go.seattlecolleges.edu/form/seattle-promise-application
STEPS: To be eligible you …

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[13 May 2016 | No Comment | ]

TidePool App
by Clara Layzer, Conor Gormally, Declan Farr, Laura Freeman, and Maeve Eickelberg
Our team, TidePool, is developing a native android app that will help Pacific Northwest beach-goers quickly identify organisms that they find on the beach. We will ask questions about easily discernible traits, such as organism pigmentation and habitat, which will narrow down a list of possible organism matches so that the user may identify the species they see.
TidePool is a 2016 Youth Apps Challenge Finalist in the Technical Category, awards ceremony and final presentations on June 4th!!
FitMe Pitch:

App …

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[4 May 2016 | No Comment | ]

Want to learn how to make iOS / iPhone Apps?*
In partnership with CodeDay*, Make School* is offering all of our attendees priority application review for their 2016 Summer Academy — meaning that they’ll review your application the moment you submit it. Start and submit your application here.  NOTE: you are required to have a Mac computer to use, but they may be available as part of their Scholarship program, make sure to consider this: see FAQ.
What is the Summer Academy? It is a 4-8 week summer program, designed to teach iOS product development …

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[9 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

Microsoft Opportunities (11th & 12th Graders)*:
Summer high school program internship*
Our high school program internship is a paid 8–10 week summer program available to Puget Sound-area students. The program provides challenging and achievable projects that will encourage approximately 20 high school juniors and seniors to pursue their interests in technology.
Builder boot camp, Microsoft game, resume, and website innovation*
Do you want to meet the innovators who work on Xbox One, Windows and Bing? Do you want to meet students from all over the Puget Sound? Do you want to learn some basic …

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[5 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

Our Sprint Schedules (subject to modification)
—Sprint Dates (with initial Team Milestones)
Sprint 0: Feb 7 – Feb 19th

All: Establish Milestones, MVP’s, and Stories

Sprint 1: Feb 22nd – March 17th Demo:

Tank Robot Mapper MVP – Robot can Drive around and take pictures – taking pictures was not integrated, targeted for Sprint 2

Sprint 2:  March 21 – April 6th Demo (Wednesday before Spring Break):

Eatin’ Gud MVP – Track Daily Calories, stored to Local Database, & Display Weekly & Monthly History.
Blocl MVP – Drag, Flip & Rotate, place pieces with logic (placement and game …

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[7 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]

Youth Apps Challenge Details

Congratulations to our 2016 Finalist Winners!!!



New Video Featuring Garfield’s TidePool Team
Finalist will attend the YAC Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 4th to present the Pitch for their App to win more prizes.  Winning members, please let Mr. Bergquist know how many guests will attend the YAC Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 4th.  Here are the related details & Media Release (copies available in class):

Finalist Letter
Tips on Pitches (you will be making a Pitch at the Ceremony)
Student Media Release form (required to attend)

Submission Requirements: Students are required to post their …