Wed, May 29 6:35pm
Here are the results of this year's Math Olympiad contests. CFFA registered 4 teams for Math Olympiad this year (3 in Division E and 1 in Division M).
1. Highest Individual Score Award - The following were the top scorers in their respective teams:
|Team||Division||Grades||Top Scorer(s)||Overall Score|
|Blue||E||4||Sanjay Harikumar, Anirudh Kumar, Felicity He||19/25|
|Green||E||4 & 5||Advaith Mopuri (Gr 5)||24/25|
|Red||E||5 & 6||Elena Xu (Gr 6)||24/25|
I have one top scorer trophy to give out per team. For Team Blue, which has 3 students who scored 19/25, the trophy will go to Sanjay Harikumar who scored 19 out of a maximum 20 points he could have scored as he was enrolled into the program after the first contest.
2. Gold and Silver pins - Students who were placed in the top 2 percent receive gold pins while students who were in the next 8 percent receive silver pins.
In Division E, students who scored 22 - 25 will receive a gold pin. If they scored between 18 - 21, they will receive a silver pin.
Chadbourne students earned 4 gold pins and 13 silver pins in Division E this year.
In Division M, students who scored 23 - 25 are eligible for a gold pin, while students who scored between 18 and 22 are eligible for a silver pin.
There were no gold or silver pins earned in Division M this year.
4. Certificates - All participants receive a certificate. If your child was registered, but did not participate in any of the contests, they will not receive a certificate.
5. Perfect Score Award - Within each team, students who had a perfect score of 25/25 over the 5 contests are awarded the coveted Dr. George Lenchner Medallion. We had no perfect scorers in any of the teams this year.
7. Team Awards - Congratulations to the Green Team which earned a plaque for the school by scoring in the top 10 percent of all teams that competed worldwide.
Congratulations to all the participants! Trophies, pins, patches and certificates will be distributed in classrooms soon.
The goal of this competition is to provide challenging, thought-provoking problems that encourage students to think deeper and stretch their abilities, strengthening their foundation for both assessment tests and more advanced studies. Regardless of how they performed, they have all gained by participating.
Many thanks to all the parent volunteers who helped me administer the contests at school and grade the answers. I look forward to your continued support next year. Special thanks to our wonderful teachers Mrs. Farmer, Ms. Bianchi, Mr. Lorenzana and Mr. Armstrong for lending their privacy shields for use during the contests.
We will start team registration for Chadbourne MOEMS 2019-20 in September 2019.Have a great summer getting ready for another wonderful year of math :)