Ms. Kaci Nowadley
Kaci Nowadley teaches science classes at Hamburg High School - AP Computer Science Principles, AP Biology, Chemistry and others. She started with a Computer Science Club for three years then the school picked up the AP Class. The club has participated in high school “Capture the Flag” coding contest, an international online competition dealing with cryptography, algorithm design and programming. She is in the New York State Master Teachers program.
Ms. Susan Recoon
Susan is a teacher from Williamsville North High School who has taught computer science for 23 out of her 28 years as a teacher. Currently she teaches Exploring Computer Science and AP Computer Science - Java, along with Common Core Algebra 2. Her students have worked on Web Design, Ruby Programing, along with programing Raspberry Pi boards, and App development. Personally, she would like to further expand her knowledge of web design by learning more SQL and PHP programming.
Ms. Pamela Healy
Pam Healy teaches Exploring Computer Science and AP Computer Science Principles at Nardin Academy, an all-girls school. She also runs a Computer Science Club at her school. She is interested in different ways to bring more women into computer science, and started attending CS4HS to find various approaches of teaching the students at the all-girls school.
John Elliott has been teaching Exploring Computer Science since 2016 at Sweet Home High School. He is one of the New York State Master Teachers. He first attended CS4HS workshop 2015. John has been using MIT Scratch programing in his computer classes. He is interested in learning Python as something that he can bring to future classes.
Mr. Paul Meyerhofer
Paul Meyerhofer teaches computer science including AP Computer Science Principles at Saint Mary’s High School and runs a Computer Science Club there. Unlike most of the teachers, he started in the Computer Science, Information Technology Industry then became a teacher. Paul came to CS4HS to learn from the other teachers’ teaching techniques and different ways of teaching computer science.
Mr. Christopher Quill
Christopher Quill teaches math and computer science classes at Williamsville South High School, including Introduction to Programming and the AP Computer Science Principles classes. After classes, he teaches Visual Basic, C++, Python, and web design. The latest project for the class was working with EggBot, an open-source art robot that can draw on eggs. He is interested in Android application development using Android Studio which he hopes to bring into his classes soon. The students from his Computer Club participate in the Annual CS4HS Student Project Showcase and Competition.
Dr. Orlando Buria
Orlando Buria is a Math and Science teacher at West Seneca Christian School and is currently sponsoring a Tech Club that focuses on programing. He has taught Game Design, Intro to Computer Science, and Visual Basic. He is currently working on his 7th degree, this one in computer information systems. He would like to establish more computer science classes for his school.
Mr. Alan Ingraham
Alan Ingraham is a STEM teacher at Lewiston Porter High School teaching AP Computer Science Principles along with Pre-Calculus and Statistics. He is one of the New York State Master teachers. He came to the CS4HS workshop to be more proficient at teaching computer science and using the resources found at code.org. Students of his CS Club developed games and apps that were presented at the Annual CS4HS Showcase and Competition.
Ms. Julie Johnson
Ms. Johnson is a Computer Science and Mathematics teacher at Williamsville North High School. She teaches the new AP Computer Science Principles course in her school.
Mr. John Dillelis
Mr. Dillelis is a Computer Science and Technology teacher at Williamsville East High School. He teaches the new AP Computer Science Principles course in his school