I'm exploring hack.hands() as a potential tool for high school CS teachers.
I've developed a CS program at Project Lead The Way, growing to 6 team members creating a K-12 CS curriculum. I developed PLTW's Computer Science and Software Engineering course, which teaches Python. I've implemented Linux servers for schools beginning in 1993 and have done lots of BASH scripting. I am not a Django expert. As graduate work in computational physics, I wrote algorithms in C. In Python, I've done contract work for genomic data analysis and for a simulation of ecosystem population dynamics.
I graduated in physics at the top of my class, spent 15 years teaching high school (physics, calculus, computer science, engineering) for significantly less than $1/minute.