The Dayton Engineer

MATHCOUNTS 2023-2024 Dayton Region


MATHCOUNTS Results for the Dayton Region

Top Teams

Team Rank School Head Coach Name

1 Magsig Middle School Aswat Sivakumar

2 Dayton Regional STEM School Brittany Shores

3 Coy Middle School Brielle Albers

4 Tippecanoe Middle School Dale Bonifas


TOP 25% of COMPETITORS for DAYTON Chapter Competition: 

Rank Name School


1 Singh, Sid Magsig Middle School


2 Duan, Mason Coy Middle School


3 Zhang, Eric Magsig Middle School


4 Wu, Leroy Coy Middle School


5 Naroor, Riya Shawnee Middle School


6 Dong, Grace Dayton Regional STEM School


7 Yoder, Caden Bellefontaine Middle School


8 Siddicky, Shehzeen Magsig Middle School


9 Mazza, Blake Coy Middle School


10 Patil, Aditya Dayton Regional STEM School


11 Pilkhwal, Chaitanya Dayton Regional STEM School


12 Van Oss, Ela Tippecanoe Middle School


13 Patnaik, Adwait Ankeney Middle School


14 Rao, Arnav Watts Middle School


15 Braun, Peter Dayton Regional STEM School


16 Patel, Haley Magsig Middle School


17 Patel, Jash Incarnation School


18 Ju, Nevin Ankeney Middle School


19 Green, Milo Tippecanoe Middle School





Dayton Society of Professional Engineers

Date:      Thursday, March 14, 2024

 

Time:     12:00 Noon to 1:30 PM

 

Topic:    “Get the Lead Out!”


Presented by:  Ed Schlaack, P.E., Montgomery County Environmental Services.


A buffet lunch will be served.

 

Attendees will receive 1.0 Professional Development Hours for Engineering.

 

Reservations: Those wishing to attend should make your reservations no later than noon on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, with Jon Wheeler by email at jon.wheeler@yahoo.com or by phone at (937) 239-5982 (mobile).

 

Cost: $25-Members                    Location:  Engineer’s Club of Dayton

         $35-Non-Members                               110 East Monument Avenue

         $15-Students                                           Dayton, OH

 

This presentation will discuss Lead water services.  It will include history, health problems, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) definitions and suggested requirements, corrective problems, and Montgomery County’s solutions.

 

Ed Schlaack, P.E. is a Senior Engineer (does not reflect age) for Montgomery County Environmental Services (MCES), with 20 years of water main experience.  Environmental Services provides high-quality water services to more than 80,000 resident and business customers in Montgomery County.  MCES operate and maintain approximately 1,400 miles of water main lines while testing more than 12,000 water samples yearly to ensure water quality and safety.  Montgomery County drinking water consistently meets or exceeds all state and federal drinking water safety and quality standards.  (These standards include getting the lead out.)