Metro Student teams designing health and wellness apps
There’s an app for that — and if there isn’t, the students participating in the 12-week CbusStudentHack Coding for Community: Health and Wellness program will try to develop one.
The programming challenge, sponsored by Franklin University and AT&T Ohio, started Oct. 3. Teams of two to four students will use Microsoft Touch Develop software to code and eventually develop digital applications — apps — designed to help improve health and wellness.
High schools participating include Reynoldsburg Encore and eSTEM Early College academies, Gahanna Lincoln High School, Marburn Academy, Metro Early College, Metro Institute of Technology and New Albany, Upper Arlington and Whetstone high schools.‹ Back to Blog Archives