These students completed 37 workspaces and 22.5 hours in the software last fall.
We kicked off this school year with a brand new MATHia Pizza Challenge! Classes that achieved an average of 37 workspaces and 22.5 hours in the software received a pizza party on us. More than 500 classes around the country achieved this goal!
Here are a few of the winners celebrating—we love to see it!
"On Tuesday, February 18, we celebrated more than 20 math classes (494 students) having met the MATHia Pizza Challenge goal. A huge thank you goes out to Carnegie Learning and Dominos Pizza in Buckhannon for working with the staff to make this happen!"
- Denise Spratt, Math Teacher, Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School
"Our district had 43 classes that met the goal of the MATHia Pizza Challenge. All four middle schools (Barboursville Middle School, Milton Middle School, Huntington East Middle School and Huntington Middle School) celebrated by hosting pizza parties at the end of the school day."
- Lisa Burris, Middle School Math Academic Specialist, Cabell County Schools
Finally, check out this fun video from our friends at Struthers Middle School.
The next MATHia Pizza Challenge is on! Is your class participating? Get all the details here.
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