Congratulations to our leaders at the midway point of our competition! In first place is Brendan Hurley. He is followed closely by Nick Grill and Henry Madden. Tied for third are: John Chai, Elliott DeSanto, Blake Lowe, Isaac Michael, and Olivia Schneider. GREAT JOB! And “thank you” to all of our mathletes for their enthusiastic participation!
Our remaining contest dates are: Jan. 9, Feb. 13, and March 27. Competition begins promptly at 7:15 “Cathedral time.”
Unfortunately, most math league competitions occur on dates that could involve inclement weather. This is unavoidable, so participants should be aware of the following:
–If school is starting on time, math league starts on time. If school has a delay, math league will have the same delay.
–Just as with regular school, parents have the option of keeping their students home if they are not comfortable with the driving conditions. Math league is not a required event, and there is no penalty for not attending. Student safety is paramount.
–The 7:15 start time allows students the required 30 minutes of work time before school officially starts. The purpose of math league is the contest itself, and all contest rules must be followed. Once the testing begins at 7:15, the testing environment is not interrupted. There is no late admission for any reason.