A student team from Kimberly High School brought home third place in the first ever Hack Appleton competition. Students Eli Beardsley, Aaron Bonfigt, David Delaney and Jacob Farrell collaborated to create a technological feature that could enhance a local business in only six hours.
Of the three business options, the KHS team choose the retailer Kohls. Their team wrote an app intended as a search tool for customer service solutions.
Throughout the competition, students could ask for advice from the many local, national and international experts in attendance.
Great job to these students for pursuing their potential in computer science and co-curriculars! Read more about this experience in this news release.