It's a numbers game

Posted 1/25/16

More than 200 middle school students from 19 schools from around Colorado turned out at Valor Christian High School on Jan. 23 for the school's third annual Middle School Math Competition. Students took part in both individual and team competitions. …

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It's a numbers game

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More than 200 middle school students from around Colorado turned out at Valor Christian High School on Jan. 23 for the school's third annual Middle School Math Competition. Students took part in both individual and team competitions. In addition, each team decorated a team poster to represent their school spirit and love for math. The competition exams were graded by the Valor math department. “Our ultimate goal is to give students that have an aptitude for mathematics the opportunity to (come) together and have fun with some challenging math,” said Shandra Pankoski, head of the math department.

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