December 18, 2012
Four South Lakes High School female leaders attended the White House for its first-ever codeathon. The event was part of the "Equal Futures App Challenge" to create apps that inspire young women to become leaders in our democracy.
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On Monday afternoon, Dec. 17, South Lakes High School seniors Nicole Rappaport, Abby Studen, Becky Oswalt and Tatevik Markaryan went to the White House to participate in what Todd Park, assistant to the president and U.S. chief technology officer, called the “first codeathon in White House history.”