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CCSD students off to National Mathcounts in Orlando

​For the second consecutive year, the Challenge School Mathcounts team, coached by math teacher Matt Bixby, took top honors in the Colorado Mathcounts Competition on March 15. The Campus Middle School team took sixth place.

Challenge School seventh-grader Anjalie Kini and eighth-grader Isani Singh placed third and fourth in the individual competition and earned an all-expense paid trip, sponsored by Raytheon, to attend the 2014 National Mathcounts Competition, May 8-11 in Orlando, Florida. They will be part of the Colorado team going to nationals, which will be coached by Matt Bixby. In 2013, the Colorado team placed 12th in nationals and three of the four team members were students from the Cherry Creek School District.

Students from all over Colorado took part in the Mathcounts process, which began with school qualifiers at various middle schools and chapter qualifiers held at local universities earlier this year. Mathcounts is a middle school mathematics competition held in the United States.

The following CCSD students placed in the top 40 at the Colorado Mathcounts Competition:
•    Anjalie Kini, Challenge School
•    Isani Singh, Challenge School
•    Hari Sowrirajan, Challenge School
•    Austen Mazenko, Campus Middle School
•    Matthew Yan, Challenge School
•    Erik Svenneby, Challenge School
•    Matthew Fox, Challenge School
•    Chris Lee, Challenge School
•    Toby Lee, Campus Middle School
•    Sarah Gao, Campus Middle School
•    Emily Zeng, Campus Middle School

Congratulations to all of the Cherry Creek School District’s Mathletes!

Posted March 25, 2014.

Posted 3/25/2014 1:03 PM
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