HSWCHS STUDENTS PLACE IN CONGRESSIONAL APP CHALLENGE

APP Challenge
Posted on 12/07/2017
Trojans Compete in App Challenge HSWCHS STUDENTS PLACE IN CONGRESSIONAL APP CHALLENGE

HSWCHS had 8 teams submit an application for the 2017 Congressional App Challenge. The Congressional App Challenge is a nationwide event that allows students from across the country to compete by creating and exhibiting their software application or "app", for mobile, tablet, or computer devices on a platform of their choice. The competition is designed to engage students creativity and encourage their participation in the STEM field. Mr. John Stokes, EAST Facilitator, prepared 8 teams from our school. 

Of the 102 entrees from Arkansas' Fourth Congressional District represented by Congressman Bruce Westerman, HWCHS had THREE teams earn top FIVE standings. 

In a Tie for Fifth Place :Team Members Zach McGee and David Bartlett. Team Members Aaron Williams, Matthew Price 
and Jason Price.

Pictured below are our overall 3rd place winners Eliot Williard and Faheem "Sunny" Matin for their translation App for ESL students. They are pictured with Commissioner Johnny Key from the Arkansas Department of Education.

We are so proud of our #trojanthinker#weareworldclass