Named the 2018 Computer Science Teachers Association Champion of Computer Science by Code.org, Lincoln Public Schools computer science K-12 classrooms are active places that encourage exploration, creativity, collaboration, communication, persistence, and problem-solving. All elementary students receive CS instruction. At the secondary level, it is required in some middle schools and elective at others. At the high school level, it is elective with over 800 students enrolled. Using Code.org as the foundation of students’ experiences, and supplementing that with a wide variety of other resources, Lincoln’s programs range from elementary students learning the logic of programming to secondary students learning more in-depth programming through courses such as Computer Science Discoveries, Foundations in computing, and Cybersecurity. Lincoln was named the 2018 Computer Science Teachers Association/Code.org Champion of Computer Science, being recognized as the leading school district in the nation in providing K-12 computer science.