January 29, 2023

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Gov. Ivey accepting Governor’s App Challenge 2021 applications

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Gov. Ivey accepting applications for annual computer programming and design competition

Grade-school students with knowledge or interest in computer programming and design have the opportunity to show off their skills by competing in the annual Alabama Governor’s App Challenge!According to the challenge’s website, the goal of the competition is to allow more students to gain recognition for mastery and application of computer programming and design.The challenge is open to all K-12 students in Alabama. Students can enter the competition individually or as a team of three. Students on a team must all be in the same grade band, which is as follows:Elementary: K-5Middle: 6-8High: 9-12Applications are due Jan. 14, 2022, and can be submitted here.Winners of each grade band will be announced during the closing session of the Computer Science Summit in April.Click here for more information about the challenge.

Grade-school students with knowledge or interest in computer programming and design have the opportunity to show off their skills by competing in the annual Alabama Governor’s App Challenge!

According to the challenge’s website, the goal of the competition is to allow more students to gain recognition for mastery and application of computer programming and design.

The challenge is open to all K-12 students in Alabama. Students can enter the competition individually or as a team of three. Students on a team must all be in the same grade band, which is as follows:

  • Elementary: K-5
  • Middle: 6-8
  • High: 9-12

Applications are due Jan. 14, 2022, and can be submitted here.

Winners of each grade band will be announced during the closing session of the Computer Science Summit in April.

Click here for more information about the challenge.