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Students compete in MathCON

Students compete in MathCON

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P.A.G.E.S. MathCON 2017 Results

Diep Phan is invited to participate in the MathCON 2017 Finals after scoring in the 99th percentile on the MathCON online test. The Lincoln Intermediate sixth-grader is one of 576 students nationwide qualifying. More than 49,000 took the test. In addition, a number of Phan's classmates in the district's P.A.G.E.S. program received "Honorable Mentions" in the contest.

The Farmington P.A.G.E.S. students in grades 5-8 competed in the online MathCon 2017 preliminaries in February. Out of these 29 students, 18 received Honorable Mention awards for their excellent scores in the online contest.

MathCON 2017 is an online math competition for students in grades 5-12 with grade-level specific timed tests of 45 multiple choice questions in 45 minutes.

Congratulations to Diep Phan for her invitation to the MathCON 2017 Finals at the University of Illinois Forum in Chicago on April 22.

Diep is a 6th grade student at Lincoln Intermediate Center in the Farmington R-7 School District. She is the daughter of Hoang Phan and Uyen Huynh of Farmington.

Diep’s score qualified her for the finals as she scored in the 99th percentile on the online test. There were 576 top-scoring students out of the 49,685 students that took the online test nationwide were invited to the MathCON Finals.

Honorable Mentions for the online contest were earned by:

6th grade: Phan, Carissa Cassimatis, Bob Su, Tessa Hand, Riley Schrag, Ty Northern, Olivia Lugo, Sabrina Barton, and Annabelle Devoto.

7th Grade: Talon Jones, Samantha Warren, Parker Dean, Emmett Herbst, Emily Reever, Faith Fields, and Peyton Ryan.

8th Grade: Gillian Cummins and Emma Hinson.


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