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Microsoft CS Fair

Last Year's Fair Program (new one coming soon)

For those attending, do not go to class. Meet at the bus circle at 7:30AM. The bus will leave promptly at 7:45AM.

2019/20 Washington Computer Science Fair

Monday, December 16th, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Microsoft Conference Center (Bldg 33) – Redmond, Washington



  • Everyone in attendance must fill out the following by Nov 1st, 2019:
    1. Microsoft photo release form (even chaperones must fill this out)
    2. Parent Permission form
    3. Teacher Consent form
  • Being a part of this event is a privilege; all students are expected to dress and behave appropriately. Be aware that this is a public space and please be respectful to other patrons.


  • TEALS will provide lunch for all students, chaperones, and volunteer participants
  • There will be vegetarian and vegan options

Bus Transportation to Microsoft Conference Center

Departure: 7:45 am in the bus circle.

Returns to NCHS: 2:30 pm

NCWIT - National Center for Women - Information Technology

The Award for Aspirations in Computing application is due in one month, on November 5th!

Key Upcoming Dates:

The Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) recognizes students who self-identify as women, genderqueer, or non-binary in grades 9-12 for their passion in computing and tech and connects them to a community of like-minded individuals who care and are taking action to see the next generation succeed. Regional Winners and Honorable Mentions will be recognized at your local NCWIT Ceremony with prizes, trophies, and some amazing speakers. National Award Winners receive cash and a trip to the National Award Celebration in March 2020, hosted by Bank of America.

After a student submits their application, they must then request an educator endorsement - so teachers play a key role in endorsing their application. Teachers can fill out this form and NCWIT will email the student and encourage them to apply.

When a teacher endorse a high school applicant this year, the teacher is then eligible to apply for the Aspirations in Computing Educator Award! The Educator Award is for any teacher, counselor, administrator, mentor, or other influencer who supports high school women’s passion for computing and technology & endorses a current Award for Aspirations in Computing applicant. The application consists of 3 short essay questions and is due on December 2nd, 2019.


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