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Adair Noetic Learning Math Contest winners announced

Mission: Possible, the Adair County Gifted/Talented Program

By Pam Geisselhardt
Director, Gifted & Talented Programs, Adair County School District

April 8-10, 2013, students from Mission: Possible, the Adair County Gifted/Talented Program, led by Pam Geisselhardt competed in the Noetic Learning Math Contest. The Noetic Learning Math Contest is an elementary math problem solving contest. Almost 20,000 young students representing 990 teams across the country participate in the contest.

The following students are the winners of their teams:
  • ACES 2nd grade-Jacob Pelston
  • CWC 2nd grade-Kami Pike
  • ACES 3rd grade-Emma Rich
  • JAIS 3rd grade-Bryce Rodgers
  • ACES 4th grade-did not participate
  • JAIS 4th grade-Elizabeth Cook
  • ACES 5th grade-Chrissy White
  • JAIS 5th grade-Kearah Johnson
The following students won the National Honor Roll title. This title is awarded to the top 10% of participating students in the country:
Emma Rich, Bryce Rodgers, and Kaylee Campbell
The following students received National Honorable Mention:
Jacob Pelston, Michael Gold, Grant Feese, Cristian Marcial-Davis, Kami Pike, Briley Burns, Ethan Coomer, Lucas Powell, Mirah Powell, Skye Brockman, Brett Larimore, Rachel Brown, Israel Sanchez, Kalli Bailey, Gabe Redford, Emma Ellison, Jazzy Douglas, Israel Chavero, Chloe Taylor, Annamarie Day, Alexis Burton, Colin Stephens, Kiara Collins, Maddy Feese, Amber Loy, Elizabeth Cook, Clay Giles, Emilee Flatt, Chrissy White, Sam Gutelius, Clayton Janes, and Kearah Johnson
The purpose of participating in the contest is to stimulate our students' interest in math and to inspire them to excel in math.

The contest results show that our students can rise to the occasion and can meet the challenge. It also demonstrates our students' great math skills and talents.

It is COOL to be good at math!

More detailed information about the Noetic Learning Math Contest can be found at: - Pam Geisselhardt

This story was posted on 2013-05-21 15:58:46
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