Posted: Oct 3, 2012 at 9:50 AM [Oct 3, 2012]
LOCAL MATHNASIUM TRIMATHLON DAY COMPETITION WINNERS ANNOUNCED
Ann Arbor, MI (Oct 03, 2012) – Mathnasium of Ann Arbor today announced the winners of its TriMathlon Day math competition.
The local competition for 3rd-6th graders was held on Saturday, Sept 29th, in conjunction with Mathnasium Math Learning Center’s National TriMathlon Day, created to generate excitement about math among kids. Scores of the local winners will be ranked against those of other competitors nationwide and national winners will be announced in late October.
Over 3000 TriMathlon participants competed at 200+ Mathnasium centers in the US by completing three challenges: The Counting Game (tests student’s ability to count from any number, to any number, by any number), Magic Squares (students are awarded points for creativity in developing their own math problems), and Mental Math Workout (evaluates student’s Number Sense by asking them to solve given problems the ‘smart’ way without pencil and paper).
Twenty-two students competed at Mathnasium of Ann Arbor. Every participant got a goody bag filled with fun prizes and a participation certificate. The local medal winners are:
3rd Grade—1st Place: Hajirah Nadeem; 2nd Place: Manaal Zubair; 3rd Place: Kilas Gallimore
4th Grade—1st Place: Roman Wing; 2nd Place: Stanley Rhodes; 3rd Place: Conor Pyle
5th Grade—1st Place: Anirban Sarkar; 2nd Place: Camil Suciu; 3rd Place: Tom Dunietz
6th Grade—1st Place: Reilly Marowelli; 2nd Place: Safa Farrukh; 3rd Place: Ben Rinvelt
“Congratulations to the TriMathlon winners and all of the participants,” said Vera Chiu, co-owner and center director, Mathnasium of Ann Arbor. “We hope this competition was a fun and rewarding experience that continues to strengthen their passion for math.”
About Mathnasium: Mathnasium Learning Centers specialize in teaching kids math the way that makes sense to them. Students in grades PreK-12 go to Mathnasium year-round to catch up, keep up, and get ahead in math. The results are a significant increase in math skills, a better understanding of math concepts, and better school performance. The proprietary Mathnasium Method™ is the result of 38 years of hands-on instruction and research. Mathnasium has more than 300 locations in 16 countries in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Mathnasium of Ann Arbor is located at 2111 Packard St. Suite C, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. www.mathnasium.com/annarbor
Inquiries: Vera Chiu and Grace Wang, 734-769-5666, email: email@example.com