It’s been a wonderful opportunity & experience for Avani – participating and preparing for the national math challenge. This is a great initiative to challenge the kids and will surely be something that we will look forward to every year, Avani’s parents
Edison, NJ (PRWEB)
May 30, 2017
$36,000 was awarded to 6 top winners of ALOHA Mind Math’s 1st Annual National Math Challenge this May in Princeton, NJ. In the finals, Avani Anand, from Manalapan, NJ won the $10,000 Jr prize out of 1200 ALOHA students who competed in all 3 rounds.
All Top Winners Were:
Junior Category: Grades K-2
1st Prize, $10,000, Avani Anand, ALOHA Center in Marlboro, NJ
2nd Prize, $5,000, Varyan Jain, ALOHA Center in Cary, NC
3rd Prize, $3,000, Micah Khanna, ALOHA Center in Cerritos, CA
Senior Category: Grades 3-6
1st Prize, $10,000, Joshua Tchou, ALOHA Center in Flushing, NY
Tied for 2nd, $4,000, Sathvrik Redrouthu, ALOHA Center in Ashburn, VA
Tied for 2nd, $4,000, Ronak Ramesh, ALOHA Center in Manchester, CT
Children enrolled in ALOHA Mind Math programs across the U.S. geared up this spring to participate in ALOHA’s 1st Annual National Math Challenge. This math test-based competition, designed for children in Kindergarten through 6th grade, had three rounds. The live finals, held in Princeton, New Jersey in mid-May 2017 brought students together to compete from all over the US.
“ALOHA’s first annual National Math Challenge got the students excited about math in a healthy competition and we gave away significant prize money to reward their effort. It was great watching the kids take their math knowledge and explore their capabilities,” said Gerard Pilgrim, ALOHA President & CEO. ALOHA…