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Framingham Honors 19 Math Students in Grades 4 & 5

Students, who participate in Math League, are asked to solve 30 multiple-choice math problems in 30 minutes.

Fifth Grade students honored for their Math League scores at the June 17 School Committee meeting. Credit: Susan Scully Petroni
Fifth Grade students honored for their Math League scores at the June 17 School Committee meeting. Credit: Susan Scully Petroni
Annually, the Framingham Public School's Gifted and Talent (SAGE) Department sponsors a Math League for fourth and fifth grade students at the eight elementary schools in the district.

Tuesday night, nine fourth grade students and 10 fifth grade students were honored for having the top scores, in each grade at their school, in the Math League competition.

The goal of Math League is to build student interest, confidence and stamina in critical thinking and creative problem solving strategies in response to complex math problems, explained SAGE director Diane Modest.

Students, who participate in Math League, are asked to solve 30 multiple-choice math problems in 30 minutes.

Fourth grade students honored were:

  • Sarah Downes of Barbieri Elementary
  • Sarayu Bade of Brophy
  • Mei Tao Cable of Dunning
  • Joshua Ginzburg of Hemenway
  • Rachel Neiberger of McCarthy
  • Benjamin Wolf-Wagner of Potter Road
  • Scott Beverly of Stapleton
  • William Garrant of Stapleton
  • Laysa Mourao of Wilson
Fifth grade students honored were:
  • Laszlo Bernstein of Barbieri
  • Samuel Moffat of Barbieri
  • Kevin Lipp of Brophy
  • Annabel Mendum of Brophy
  • Ryan Memmott of Dunning
  • Atharva Weling of Hemenway
  • Phoebe Nelson of McCarthy
  • Keion Mitchell of Potter
  • Lydia Hinkley of Stapleton
  • Ariyanna Roach of Wilson

Editor's Note: Not all students were at the Framingham School Committee to pick up their certificate. Photos were taken at the meeting.
 

Allie S. June 19, 2014 at 03:37 PM
Congrats to these students! Question --- WordMasters continues in Middle School why is there no Math league in the middle schools?

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