Congratulations to Anna Otto and Jennifer Hyslop

The CO CSTA is thrilled to announce that Anna Otto has been re-elected as our president. Her exceptional leadership and unwavering dedication is inspiring to us all. We are excited to see what new heights we will reach under her continued guidance.

We also extend our heartfelt congratulations to Jennifer Hyslop for winning the role of secretary. Her skills and commitment to CS ed. will surely grow our impact as a chapter.

Congrats to you both!

Chapter Meeting Schedule
CO CSTA's leadership team has been working hard to plan our chapter meetings for the 2023-2024 school year! Please mark your calendars with the following dates:
  • First Chapter Meeting: 10/11/23 @ 5:30 PM
  • Second Chapter Meeting: 11/15/23 @ 5:30 PM
  • Third Chapter Meeting: 2/13/24 @ 5:30 PM
  • Fourth Chapter Meeting: 4/16/24 @ 5:30 PM
  • Join us at Rock CS for our final meeting of the year!
We will send out emails with more information as we get closer to the date of an upcoming chapter meeting. The recordings of past meetings can be found on the Events page of this website.
Officer Team
President - Anna Otto
Vice President - Beth Cerrone
Treasurer - Mark Holthouse
Secretary - Jennifer Hyslop
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Our Mission
We are excited you want to know more about the Colorado chapter of CSTA! The mission of our chapter is to build communities of educators that share resources and provide support for the advancement of computer science education across the state.
How do we do this? We are currently in the process of  restructuring our chapter so that it is more inclusive and  supportive of all teachers across the state. We are moving to a system that leverages Regional Chairs, who can host workshops and events in your local area. These Regional Chairs will be the hub for each local community! If you are interested in being a regional chair for your area, please reach out to us using the contact form found above.
We plan to come together as a state four times a year to  share statewide news, and then teachers will meet face-to-face in their local regions to learn, collaborate, and share.