Math Olympiad adds up to fun for UCS students

 

Math Olympiad

 

It all adds up to a great afternoon with friends for UCS elementary students who participated in the annual UCS Math Competition.

Nearly 260 fourth through sixth graders gathered earlier in the school year to take part in the afterschool event at Utica High School.

The top award winners were honored June 22 by the UCS Board of Education.

The local competition mirrors the national Math Olympiad tournament, requiring students to complete higher-level math problems in individual and team competitions.

More than 50 teams took part in three different competitions, including a jeapordy-like tournament that rounded out the night. For organizers, the goal of the event was to show students that challenging themselves with math problems can equal a fun time. MORE.

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