Students in second, third, fourth and fifth grade (for the first year) and sixth-grade Advanced/Gifted students competed in the fall 2022 Noetic Learning Math Contest. Students currently in advanced/gifted math clusters in second and third grade, advanced math 4, advanced math 5 and cluster students in grades four through six were invited to participate.
There were two teams of second graders (43 total students), two teams of third graders (44 total students), four teams of fourth graders (95 total students), three teams of fifth graders (57 total students) and one team of sixth graders (23 total students) that participated.
“Our advanced/gifted math students are truly maximizing their potential and elevating their learning experience through this contest,” said Director of Curriculum/Gifted Coordinator Becky Quinn, Chagrin Falls Schools.
“The test is challenging and truly measures our students’ ability to think outside the box and exhibit their mental stamina,” said K-12 Math Coach Nick Leskiewicz, Chagrin Falls Schools.
The following students were award winners:
National Honor Roll Medal
The National Honor Roll Medal recognizes the top 10% of all participants in each grade who will receive 'National Honor Roll' medals. Students recognized include: third graders: Silas Hardwick and Jake Sanson; fourth graders Carter Wozniak and Romola Hicks; and fifth graders Kenneth Kang, Jameson Byrne and Harrison Venezia.
Team Winner Medal
The Team Winner Medal recognizes the highest scorer of each team and receives a medal and certificate. Students recognized include these:
Second grade - Team Tiger Winner: Jackson Wojciechowicz / Team Orange Winner: Braden Rutherford.
Third grade - Team Tiger Winner: Parker Lower / Team Orange Winner: Silas Hardwick.
Fourth grade - Team Tiger Winners: Chelsea Tattershall, Savannah Thatcher and Will Uehlinger (3-Way TIE) / Team Orange Winner: Sloane Thompson / Team Chagrin Winner: Carter Wozniak / Team Mortimer Winner: Romola Hicks Fifth grade: Team Tiger Winner: Kenneth Kang / Team Mortimer Winner: Harrison Venezia / Team Orange Winners: Kyle Novy, Oliver Riffle and Olivia Tallman (3-way tie).
The Honorable Mention award recognizes the top 50% of all students who participated at the grade level and receives a certificate.
Second Grade Honorable Mention: James Bearsley, Sammy Brown, Brendan DeJohn, Ben Dobies, Henry Erdman, Luke Geiger, Amelia Hanley, Harrison Hoynacke, Graham Igoe, Evan Joseph, Liam Joseph, Josie Kazaglis, Bo Liederbach, Paige Lower, Colton Marong, Aoibhe McAvinchey, Eilleen McGroarty, Cemil Morton, Judah Pace, Paige Ross, Braden Rutherford, Lincoln Stull, Jack Takacs, Peter Vehar, Lilu Wascak andJackson Wojciechowicz
Third Grade Honorable Mention: Tate Canter, Soren Demming, Julia Detweiler, Liam Dixon, Elliette Edgerly, Luke Falbo, Olivia Falbo, Landry Glavic, Silas Hardwick, Blake Hoopingarner, Sofie Jacobson, Parker Lower, Michael Mooney, Sanders Nystrom, Archer Osborn, Patrick Quigg, Hadley Reed, Emma Ross, Jake Sanson, Vivian Self, Charlotte Thompson and Parkes Warren.
Fourth Grade Honorable Mention: Brooke Angle, Margaret Baumgart, Abigail Bond, Jade Borger, Lauren Burns, Leo DeGeorge, William DeJohn, Harrison Doringo, Ryan Furlong, Ari Gross, Zayne Hamid, Kazuya Harvey, Ryerson Henry, Romola Hicks, Gabriele Hicks, Grant Houston, Tyler Johnson, Devan Lagemann, Daniel Lareau, Graham Linczak, Tucker Littman, Emerson Morton, Jameson Raleigh, Rachel Schaffer, Chelsea Tattershall, Savannah Thatcher, Sloane Thompson, Sam Turchan, Will Uehlinger, Gregory Warner, Miles Warren, Jack Wenham, Stella Wetzel, Carter Wozniak.
Fifth Grade Honorable Mention: Jameson Byrne, Jacqueline Clegg, Cameron Demming, Preston Drum, Amelia Edgerly, Gwendolyn Fink, Daniel Flaiz, Logan Geiger, Madison Graves, James Hamerstone, Alexander Hardwick, Amelia Ingold, Jenneth Kang, Jacob Kumins, Cruz Lopez, Giavanna Marino, Zachary Martin, Mya Mihalek, Tiernan Moloney Kyle Novy, Henry Pace, Molly Quigg, Oliver Riffle, Robert Rugh, Nolan Schultz, Miles Stark, Olivia Tallman, Ryals Thompson and Harrison Venezia.
Sixth Grade Honorable Mention: Henrik Nystrom and Jordan Apshago