App-building students bring tech to Hogeye Posted in: NewsLifestyle Nowadays, people use smart-phone apps for just about everything—from playing games and connecting with friends to keeping up with the news and figuring out where to go. This year, Elgin students used the power of apps for another purpose: keeping Hogeye attendees informed. This year, students from various grade levels spent a week of their summer break at Neidig Elementary School for Elgin ISD’s first coding camp, during which time they were challenged by community organizations and businesses from the Chamber of Commerce to the Clever Tiger to make apps that they could use to solve a problem. Then, the students would ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!