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Fifth annual Math Week held at Northland Pines PDF Print E-mail

 

 

Steven Vogel and Megan Ebert display some of the prizes to be given away during math week. Prizes included t-shirts, water bottles, TI-Nspire calculators, and three iPad minis. —Photo By Ella Baltus
Steven Vogel and Megan Ebert display some of the prizes to be given away during math week. Prizes included t-shirts, water bottles, TI-Nspire calculators, and three iPad minis. —Photo By Ella Baltus
By Ella Baltus

The Northland Pines High School Math Department held their fifth annual Math Week recently.

This year’s theme was Engineering a Better Math Week. Math Week provides many opportunities for students to get more involved with the subject in a positive and fun way.

During Math Week, students participated in daily math challenges, a Math Survivor contest and a film making contest.

Students were encouraged

to participate by earning tickets for correctly answered challenge questions or winning contests.

 

At the end of the week, a raffle was held and students who earned tickets were offered a wide variety of prizes.  This year’s prize collection included T-shirts, water bottles, TI-Nspire calculators and three iPad minis.

The quality of all projects submitted was outstanding and  more than 65 students participated by submitting ovmore thaner 470 entries to the individual contests.

“The best part about math week is the challenge,” said Anne Fuller Math Week participant and iPad mini winner. “It gets you motivated in math in a fun way.”

Many businesses see the benefits of this as is reflected in the following sponsorships: Eagle Waste and Recycling, SonicNet Inc., Arrow Gift Shop, CornerStone Custom Builders Inc., Muskyland Plumbing, Mid Wisconsin Bank, Ripco Credit Union, River Valley Bank, Lake of the Torches Resort, Taher Inc., Texas Instruments, Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc., Institute of Transportation Engineers, Society of Aeronautical Engineers, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Math Counts, American Mathematical Society, American Statistical Association, Society of Structural Engineers.

 

 

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 9:17 PM
Last Updated on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 9:20 PM
 

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