Friday, Sept 18

9/18/15 – “Firewall” – a security system that protects a network against unauthorized users.

What is the purpose of having a firewall in place for Hoover City Schools computer systems?


FIRST – You must have everything finished before you can login to MinecraftEdu.

READ EVERYTHING BELOW BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING…

IF EVERYTHING BELOW IS DONE, CLICK HERE TO BEGIN.

Assignments that must be complete:

  • ALL of the Bugged Flowcharts saved in your ComputerScience Folder in your documents.
  • Morning Routine Flow Chart complete and in your Z-Middle All folder (8th Grade, must be on your website too).
  • Completed L5b_Intro_to_Pseudocode Minion sheets saved in your ComputerScience Folder in your documents.
  • Come and tell me your level of experience with Minecraft.
  • You must be signed-in to your assigned Code.org class below.

7th Grade will begin Computer Science Fundamentals on Code.org Course 3

YOUR USERNAME MUST BE PART OF YOUR NAME, FIRST OR LAST SOMETHING SO I WILL KNOW WHO YOU ARE.

1st Period: Click here and sign up with your 19# email address.

6th Period: Click here and sign up with your 19# email address.

8th Grade will begin Computer Science Fundamentals on Code.org Course 3

YOUR USERNAME MUST BE PART OF YOUR NAME, FIRST OR LAST SOMETHING SO I WILL KNOW WHO YOU ARE.

2nd Period: Advanced Course – Click Here and sign up with your 19#

3rd Period: Advanced Course – Click Here and sign up with your 19#

5th Period: Advanced Course – Click Here and sign up with your 19#

7th Period: Advanced Course – Click Here and sign up with your 19#

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