Congratulations to R.B. Hudson STEAM Academy scholars Brendon Young, Aniyah Hatcher, Arrielle Griffin, and Caitlyn Hymes for winning the 2021 Congressional App Challenge. Check out their projects below. Goooo Bulldogs!
- In first place, Brendon Young’s (8th grade) “Disaster Survival Tips” provides life-saving tips via instructional videos to help residents survive natural disasters like heavy rain, flooding, and tornadoes. Brendon attends RB Hudson STEAM Academy in Selma. His app can be previewed here.
- In second place, RB Hudson STEAM Academy’s Aniyah Hatcher, Arrielle Griffin, and Caitlyn Hymes (7th grade) created an app called “Skool Foodies” that lets students choose from food options at school with the goal of cutting down on food waste. Their app can be previewed here.
- In third place, Center Point High School’s Jaceleb Smith and Tylor Brannon (9th grade) created “The Study App”.
Read the full article here. (Top Picture: Brendon Young, Bottom Picture: Arrielle Griffin, Aniyah Hatcher, and Caitlyn Hymes).