North Point ‘Team Eagles’ Soar, Earn CSM App Award

The College of Southern Maryland Innovation Showcase awarded first place to North Point High School’s “Team Eagles” for their design of a mobile app that centralizes websites such as Edline and the Charles County Board of Education website to provide essential information on North Point’s school calendar.

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The College of Southern Maryland Innovation Showcase awarded first place to North Point High School’s “Team Eagles” for their design of a mobile app that centralizes websites such as Edline and the Charles County Board of Education website to provide essential information on North Point’s school calendar. The app can be easily integrated and synchronized to a student’s calendar on their personal device to create notifications for tests or major projects, according to the team’s presentation. “One highlight of the event was that the winning team said they became interested in creating mobile apps by attending CSM’s Showcase Kickoff back in the fall when they learned how to use [Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s] app inventor,” said CSM Pre-Engineering Program Coordinator Shadei Jones. Westlake High School earned second place and Great Mills’ “Team Laser Bears” earned third place. Innovators, from left, Sarosh Naeem of Westlake, Dennis Whitley and Joel Magee of North Point, Matthew Mussomele, Bradley Post and Kevin DiCola of Great Mills, are joined by Jones and CSM Educational Talent Search Director Tim Fenner. Team Eagles have been invited to create an Android App for CSM this summer. The event was funded by the CSM Foundation.

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