Inspiring Excellence. Inspired Students.
On Thursday, April 29th, 2016, we held the East Vincent 4th - 5th grade math 24 tournament and 16 of our students advanced to the semi-finalist round (listed below). Out of these semi-finalists, four students advanced to the final four. Congratulations to Reilly Koitzsch, Marie Tokay, silver medalist Anna Wilson, and gold medalist Tyler Rossi. We are able to send the top three students to the county competition on May 13 at the CCIU. Good luck to Marie, Anna, and Tyler!
ALL of our participating Mathletes showed incredible focus, courage, and mathematical skill. Well done, East Vincent students!
On Thursday, April 28, 2016, we held the East Vincent 6th grade math 24 tournament and 16 of our students advanced to the semi-finalist round (listed below). Out of these semi-finalists, four students advanced to the final four. Congratulations to Aidan Zepp and Kira Chinici, as well as our silver medalist Charlotte Camp and our gold medalist Ethan Farkouh. We are able to send three students to the county competition on May 13 at the CCIU. Good luck to Kira, Charlotte, and Ethan!
We’d like to additionally congratulate ALL of the sixth graders who entered the tournament. The level of sportsmanship was superb. Their problem solving and processing skills were truly phenomenal. It was great to see how much all of the students have grown since last year’s tournament. Great job, Mathletes!
Sixteen of the students earned a spot in round three, the semi-finals. The speed with which they found solutions was astounding! From there, 4 students moved on to the final match, and an additional 4 students participated in the alternate finals. The four finalists have qualified to advance to the County Competition on May 1, 2015 at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Please join us in congratulating the following East Vincent Mathematicians!
Finalists – advancing to the Chester County Competition
~Ethan Farkouh (first place)
~Charlie Kullen (second place)
~Aidan Zepp (third place)
~Kira Chinici (fourth place)
A special thank you goes out to all the teachers, volunteers, and administrators who helped proctor the event. Additionally, our sixth grade leaders did a fantastic job serving as time keepers, role models, and encouragers. They also created a video tutorial for the students in preparation for the event. We could not have hosted today’s tournament without them!
What an awesome day!