Math, the only subject that counts
Seisen did well in all categories of the Math Field Day.
On April 18th 28 mathletes headed to Zama to compete at Math Field Day! The day is made up of three parts: one individual paper, one group engineering round and one group speed round. Seisen did well in all categories!
In the individual paper Sonal Mahajan earned 3rd place for 7th grade, Chloe Lee earned 2nd place for 9th grade and a huge congratulations to Ashley Doble and Minkyoung Choi for tying for 1st place for 12th grade!!
For the Engineering group competition Sunny Saito earned 1st place for middle school! And for the speed round group competition Chloe Lee earned 1st place for high school and Amy Wang earned 1st place for middle school. Great job mathletes!!
Keep working hard in math, it's the only subject that counts!
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