TriMathlon Raises Cash For Local Schools While Making Math Fun

TriMathlon fourth graders are ready to calculate!

Conejo Valley students put their math skills on display Oct. 18 and 19, earning money for local schools and winning prizes for themselves in the Mathnasium of Oak Park 2014 TriMathlon contest.

In the U.S. and Canada, Mathnasium TriMathlon participants raised about $40,000 for local schools.

“Our Mathnasium of Oak Park TriMathlon contest was a big success with students and parents alike this year, demonstrating clearly that math can be fun,” says Rangu Mandyam, owner of the Mathnasium of Oak Park franchise. “The fact that the children raised money for local schools just for participating added a level of community service to the contest. Everyone who participated should be proud of what they’ve accomplished for their schools, their community, and themselves.”

Winners of the Oak Park Mathnasium 2014 TriMathlon were:

  • Grade 5: Andrew Bae, White Oak Elementary, 1st Place; Charlie Kindelt, Yerba Buena Elementary, 2nd Place; Jameson Wilke, Yerba Buena Elementary, 3rd Place
  • Grade 4: Liza Stephen, Homeschool, 1st Place; Naren Krishnan, Red Oak Elementary, 2nd Place; Brit Bendavid, Willow Elementary, 3rd Place
  • Grade 3: Abhishek Jagannathan, Vista Fundamental, 1st Place; Rohit Ukkan, Sycamore Canyon, 2nd Place; Aiden DePrano, Brookside Elementary, 3rd Place
  • Grade 2: Jacob Beveridge, Pinecrest T.O., 1st Place; Holden Wilke, Yerba Buena Elementary, 2nd Place; Kirthi Paramasivan, Oak Hills Elementary, 3rd Place

All participants received goody bags and certificates of participation. The top three winners in each grade received medals and prizes. Grand Prize winners will receive Rubik’s prize packages and scholarships to Mathnasium math-only learning centers.

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