Caleb Sibley, a 17-year-old senior at Ionia High School, recently was named a winner in the Congressional App Challenge.
This challenge is hosted by U.S. House Representatives for each district and encourages middle school and high school students to test their coding skills. Students can choose a topic and create an app centered around that topic. With help from his STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics) teacher Danna Fuller, Sibley entered the competition ready to start designing. Working many hours outside of school, Sibley created a math game.