RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS (RPS) PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
FIVE (5) OF ITS STUDENTS WILL BE ATTENDING THE MATHCON FINALS IN CHICAGO ON APRIL 27th
We are proud to announce that our students have done extremely well in MathCON. In February, our 5th – 12th grade students participated in the MathCON online competition. MathCON gives students the opportunity to compete against other students (in their own grades) across the nation!
Fifty-thousand (50,000) students from 400 schools participated in the online MathCON competition, including seven of our students from Randolph Community Middle School (RCMS), Randolph High School (RHS), and the Young ES. Only 900 of the most qualified students advance on to the national finals, which consist of a 100-minute timed test comprising of 40 multiple-choice questions and student constructed responses covering a range of mathematical disciplines.
MathCON’s vision is to build a collaborative mathematics community for students and educators to support, advocate for, and influence STEM education in the U.S. to pave the way for the 21st Century generation of problem-solvers.
Out of our seven students, five earned a 96%–99% on the test and will be traveling to Chicago for the finals on April 27th. They are listed below.
Andinh Tran (6th grade)
Andrew Nguyen (7th grade, also traveled to Chicago to compete as a 6th grader)
Thi Le (12th grade)
Michael Fajarillo (12th grade)
Trevor Ching (12th grade)
Our other two students received honorable mention. They are not traveling to Chicago. Their names are: Tanya Le (5th grade, Young ES) and Victor Wong (7th grade, RCMS).
Congratulations to all seven of our students for their hard work, and for doing an outstanding job. We are proud of them. We also thank and congratulate our Pre-K-12 Mathematics Coordinator, Laura Ottaviani, for her exceptional leadership, and RCMS, RHS, and Young ES.