Building a Core Group Resource
Your code club will likely have several tiers of coder dedication. Some will show up every week, others once or twice a month, and others yet may come for a month or two, take a month or two off, then show up again.
We’ve found building a core group of regulars is one of the most important things we can do to run successful clubs. Here’s a guide we’ve put together to make something that would otherwise feel like a chore, a breeze.
Take a minute to flip through this guide. Which ideas stand out to you? Which do you think you can commit to trying out as you launch your code club?
We’ve heard you loud and clear. Repeat attendance is a really important statistic for you. It indicates that people are engaged in learning. And that’s what we all want! Luke’s got a couple really good ideas. Watch the video below, or read the recap ...
Printable First Code Club Signup Instructions
It's sometimes helpful to have a half sheet of paper to hand new kids when they first show up to code club that guides them through the process of creating an account. That's exactly what this is! (to edit, click File > Make a Copy. Or, print and ...
Help! My Attendance Report is Wrong!
Occasionally we hear that the weekly attendance report does not match the number that is actually in code club on any given week. Here are the most common reasons that happens. Check each of these, and if the report is still off, please let us know! ...
The Comprehensive Guide to Your First Fiero Code Club
Nervous about your first code club meeting? This guide will help refresh you on the important things and set you up to succeed. The Comprehensive Guide to Your First Fiero Code Club link >
The Volunteer Recruitment Guide
Building a successful community is a team effort. And we know that the most successful code clubs use volunteers. But volunteers can be hard to find. So we want to show you how to get your first (or fifth!) volunteer for code club! We do this in 3 ...