Students Christopher Mendoza, Zachariah Burch and Joshua Mari Tamarra, all students from Santa Fe’s Capital High School, are the winners of the 2020 Congressional App Challenge for the Third Congressional District. Mendoza, Burch, and Mari Tamarra’s app, “Solar Age,” helps homeowners estimate their annual electricity usage and cost.
The Congressional App Challenge is a national app creation competition for students of middle and high school age. Student apps were judged on the quality of their ideas, including creativity and originality. Students from the district were encouraged to participate in STEM and computer science events throughout the year, including coding boot camps organized by STEM Santa Fe, a local nonprofit. ...
Via Los Alamos National Laboratory News
Contributors include the Northern NM STEAM Team, local educators, & advocates