MathCounts will expose students to higher-level math problems that require creative problem-solving techiques. Exposure to these types of problems will help students to increase their math abilities and to reason and think outside-the-box to solve complex problems.
Parker Kaibas: 6th place finish in the Dayton Regional Invitational Competiton.
Sadhil Mahta: 11th place finish in the Dayton regional Invitational Competition.
There is a $20 participation fee for the 8 students that will be representing Tippecanoe Middle School at the Dayton Regional Competition at the University of Dayton in February. The team will be determined in November/December after the school-wide MathCounts competition is held in the students' math classrooms.
Feel free to Contact Mr. Bonifas at Tippecanoe Middle School with any questions.