Congressman Andy Levin, vice chair of the House Committee on Education and Labor, today announced the winners of the district-wide Congressional App Challenge hosted by the U.S. House of Representatives and the Internet Education Foundation (IEF). The Congressional App Challenge is a prestigious competition in student computer science, and the winner’s mobile application will be on display in the United States Capitol.
Three of the top five apps came from 11th grade MMSTC students in Mr. May's IDS class
The bottlesforbucks app is now available for Android and iPhone. The app teaches students how to sort recyclables by material types. It gives them green points for their good deeds in recycling. Find the app quickly by scanning the QR code at the MMSTC recycling station (located at the front of the building) and start earning points and rewards. The grand prize will be a Chromebook and it will be given to the student with the most green points accumulated from now through the week before Christmas break.
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