Noetic Learning Math Contest is a national mathematics contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math. More than 30,000 students representing teams across the country took part in this spring’s contest.
2nd Grade Participants
3rd Grade Participants
4th Grade Participants
5th Grade Participants
The following students received participation certificates:
2nd Grade: Stephanie Bulubenchi, Tucker Casada, Addison Coop, Dawson Denney, Amber Gilbert, Jed Groce, Kaeden Guffey, Warinner Guffey, Allison Latham, Aubrie Messer, Maddox Moons, Toni Polson, Chaston Poore, Dalton Poore, Zackary Poore, Kassandra Shelton, Mason Shepard, Gavin Thurman, Addison Weston, & Carol Zheng.
3rd Grade: Carlee Albertson, Kade Beaty, Corinne Beaty, Kellie Brown, Logan Cross, Reese Daniels, Drew Davis, Kendall Elder, Shelby Fitzgerald, Koger Guffey, Tatum Harlan, Cameron Irwin, Valarie Latham, Sydney Mason, Clint Moreland, Cambria Moses, Nickolas Poore, Emily Sawyers, Charla Shelley, Ella Rose Smith, Sawyer Tallent, Olivia Whitley, & Cannon Young.
4th Grade: Christopher Brummett, Brady Coe, Tyler Guffey, & Jonna Upchurch.
5th Grade: Ryan Bair, Luke Cash, Samantha Criswell, Claire Guffey, Ben Leveridge, Evan Little, Loren Little, Sadie Moons, Thomas Oesterreicher, Elisa Shelton, Emma Tompkins, Malachi Upchurch, & Adam Whittenburg.
The following students were the team winners.
Jed Groce, Kade Beaty, Nickolas Poore, Sawyer Tallent, Tyler Guffey, Christopher Brummett, Samantha Criswell, & Loren Little.
The following students received National Honorable Mention.
This title is awarded to approximately the top 50% of participating mathletes.
Addison Coop, Kaeden Guffey, Dalton Poore, Jed Groce, Kade Beaty Corinne Beaty, Kellie Brown, Shelby Fitzgerald, Koger Guffey, Tatum Harlan, Sydney Mason, Nickolas Poore, Ella Rose Smith, Sawyer Tallent, Cannon Young, Samantha Criswell, Loren Little, & Evan Little.
Jed Groce won the National Honor Roll title.
This title is awarded to approximately the top 10% of participating mathletes.
Congratulations to all the winners! The contest results demonstrate our students’ great problem solving skills and math talents. They also show that our students can rise to the occasion and can meet the challenge.
More detailed information about the Noetic Learning Math Contest can be found at: http://www.noetic-learning.com/mathcontest.