Greenbroook Elementary School

Math Olympiad

Math Olympiad News

Math Olympiads News

 

Several students from Greenbrook Elementary School were among the nearly 150,000 students worldwide to participate this year in the Math Olympiad program. They participated in a series of five monthly contests of 5 problems each, from November to March, and weekly practice sessions under the supervision and coaching of Mrs. Anna Bantug. She taught the children to solve unusual and difficult problems and to think creatively.

 

 

The students responded well and were recognized with certificates for their participation. Twenty-one students of the Mathletes won national awards for excellence within division E for grades 4 – 5.

  • The gold pin is awarded to those in at least the 98th percentile (top 2%). At Greenbrook Elementary School, Emily Fu, with a score of 21 out of 25 points, was in this extraordinary group.
  • The silver pin is awarded to those in the 90th to 97th percentiles including the following students: Kaelyn Dasovich, Max Lianides, Cole Gilkey, Raya Mellott, Finley Sparks, Nora Crockett and Divya Bhamidipati.
  • The embroidered felt patch is awarded to those in the top 50% of all the participants worldwide, including the following students: Charlie Hill, Clay Koontz, Jared Smith, Zachary Chang, Benjamin Ding, Cailyn Reed, Saket Earni, Madeleine Roytfeld, Bryant Bruschke, Kashvi Gupta, Shravya Gupta, Daniela Boban and Ryan Tong.
  • The trophy is awarded to the highest scorer of each team: Monday Team - Kaelyn Dasovich and Tuesday Team - Emily Fu.

 

Each year the Math Olympiads serves over 100,000 students on over 5,000 teams nationally and about 50,000 students on 1,000 teams in more than 30 other countries. Since 1979, it has provided challenging, thought-provoking problems that stretch the abilities of students in grades 4 through 8, strengthening their foundation for both assessment tests and more advance studies. Our children have responded to the challenge with eagerness and enthusiasm. Congratulations to all the participants of Greenbrook Math Olympiads, school principal Mrs. Rhea Murphy and coach Mrs. Anna Bantug.

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