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.
Due to the state mandate to keep schools closed for the remainder of this academic year, all extracurricular activities are canceled until further notice. I hope you enjoyed being a part of MathCounts and have some great memories. Keep working hard on your school assignments and stay strong!
On February 22nd, Dayton Regional MathCounts Competition at the University of Dayton.
The Tippcanoe MathCounts team placed 6th at the Dayton Regional MathCounts Competition at UD. Evan Chesshir finish is 10 place overall. Great Job team!
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.