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Cheney Middle School STEM students, front row, left to right, Hunter Koehmstedt, Joram Stith and Haison Nguyen and, back row, Seralyn Blake and Zach Milbrandt created an app named a "Best in Nation" winner by Verizon. Dave Wallis

Cheney students make award-winning app

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Cheney Middle School recently had five of its Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) students see their efforts recognized at the national level.

The five seventh-graders — Hunter Koehmstedt, Joram Stith, Haison Nguyen, Seralyn Blake and Zach Milbrandt — are creating an application called “Snap Docs,” the concept of which won one of eight “Best in Nation” awards in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge on Wednesday, Feb. 26.

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