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McGovern Meets With 2015 Congressional App Challenge Winners for MA

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

 

Jim McGovern

Congressman Jim McGovern met with the Worcester students who won the 2015 Congressional App Challenge for the Massachusetts 2nd Congressional District. 

The winners include Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School students Benjamin Duby, Thomas Narusevicious, Anthony Abusamra, and Zach Vance.

McGovern met the students in his office and congratulated them on the award. 

“The Congressional App Challenge encourages students to be creative and teaches skills that will help to open so many doors to good-paying jobs and exciting careers. To all of our Massachusetts students and teachers, I say keep up the great work. I can’t wait to see all the great apps submitted by our students next year," McGovern said. 

The app that was developed by the Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School students is for the Android operating system and allows users to record homework assignments and plan their weekly agendas.

 

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