MATHCOUNTS 2023-2024



SCHOOL:  COACH:


Ankeney Middle School Erin O'Dell

Bellefontaine Middle School Lawrence Miller

Coldwater Middle School Tami Rable

Coy Middle School Brielle Albers

Dayton Regional STEM School Brittany Shores

Franklin Monroe Schools Brian Happy

Incarnation School Adria Patel

Magsig Middle School Aswat Sivakumar

Shawnee Middle School Kevin Favro

Tippecanoe Middle School Dale Bonifas

Watts Middle School Bill Colopy


Local Student Mathletes® to Compete in Dayton Chapter Math Contest

 

(Dayton,13 January 2024) — Middle school students from eleven regional schools will compete in the MATHCOUNTS® Competition Series, the nation’s premier math competition, on 17 February 2024 at Wright State University. Members of the Dayton Chapter of the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers have organized the local competition.

            

91 Mathletes will compete. Schools represented are:


 SCHOOL:  COACH:


Ankeney Middle School Erin O'Dell

Bellefontaine Middle School Lawrence Miller

Coldwater Middle School Tami Rable

Coy Middle School Brielle Albers

Dayton Regional STEM School Brittany Shores

Franklin Monroe Schools Brian Happy

Incarnation School Adria Patel

Magsig Middle School Aswat Sivakumar

Shawnee Middle School Kevin Favro

Tippecanoe Middle School Dale Bonifas

Watts Middle School Bill Colopy


 

 

Teachers and students have been preparing for this prestigious competition since the fall. Students will compete individually and in teams in both written and oral matches. Winners will receive team and (or) individual trophies (along with their Coaches), and the top two teams and 4 top Individuals will advance to the State competition scheduled for 16 March 2024 in Columbus, Ohio.

 

MATHCOUNTS is a national program to build confidence and improve math and problem-solving attitudes. The program focuses on middle school students, who are at a crucial stage for cultivating their interests and math skills. Without developing strong problem-solving skills, students face an uphill battle in pursuing science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) careers of the future.

 

The Competition Series will consist of over 100,000 students, representing more than 5,200 schools from every U.S. state and territory, plus schools affiliated with the Department of Defense and State Department.

 

Our Dayton Chapter seeks volunteers to serve as Proctors, Scorers, and Registration. Please contact Kyle Stankowski, Dayton Chapter Coordinator, at kgstanko@mtu.edu for details. 

 

The National Sponsors of MATHCOUNTS Foundation are Raytheon Technologies, U.S. Department of Defense STEM, Northrop Grumman Foundation, the National Society of Professional Engineers, 3Mgives, Texas Instruments Incorporated, and Art of Problem Solving. MATHCOUNTS was founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and CNA Insurance.

 

About MATHCOUNTS Foundation:

Middle school students exist at a critical juncture where their love for mathematics must be nurtured, or their fear of mathematics must be overcome. MATHCOUNTS is a nonprofit organization that strives to engage middle school students of all abilities and interest levels in fun, challenging math programs to expand their academic and professional opportunities. For more than 30 years, MATHCOUNTS has provided free, high-quality resources to educators and enriching extracurricular opportunities to students to lay a foundation for future success. Materials and information are available at www.mathcounts.org. Follow @MATHCOUNTS on Twitter.