San Antonio Area Announcements #googleapps #robotics #saacte13

Thanks to Dr. Roland Rios for sharing this information:

1) This year’s TCEA Area 20 Robotics contest will be held at Alamo Heights Junior School in San Antonio. The contest will be on Saturday, January 11th. Registration will be open from November 1st – November 15th. Detailed nformation can be found here:

2) We will once again host an Area 20 Google Apps for Education Summit. If you use Google Apps in your classroom or school, this the day for you! We will have a great keynote speaker (Todd “Tech Ninja Todd” Nesloney). Reps from CDW-G will be there to showcase the latest Google Chromebooks and Kevin Hodges from Google will be presenting sessions. There will also be sessions from area teachers and students. The event is FREE and open to all educators! Find out more and register at
3) Register for SAACTE13, an event put on by the San Antonio Area Council of Teachers of English! Find out more and/or register.

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