Students from Springdale High School, Har-Ber High School and the Don Tyson School of Innovation took part in the inaugural Hack-a-Thon competition hosted by Tyson Foods.
Students got to show off their recently built applications focused around the student lunch menu.
Team members from Tyson Foods’ Information Technology group tested, judged and named three winning teams.
“It’s a way for each of the students used to, what is technology all about and if they want to pursue that further in their career. This helps us because, it’s our community, it’s local.” said Amber Woods, IT vice president, Enterprise Applications.
Students also got to network with multiple software testing companies who sponsored the Hack-a-Thon.