DARIEN, Conn. – Mathnasium’s TriMathlon contest will be held at 3 p.m. Oct. 18, at the Darien Mathnasium Learning Center, 15 Corbin Drive.
Open for students in second through fifth grade, Mathnasium’s TriMathlon contest encourage kids to engage in math and to support local schools. Children at all levels of math ability are invited to participate. In addition to winning medals, participants will earn money for local schools with a donation for each student participating in the event.
The winner at each grade level will be entered into the Grand Prize TriMathlon, which will be held at the winner’s local Mathnasium center the following weekend. “Mathnasium’s TriMathlon provides a wonderful opportunity for kids to engage in math in a fun way that also gives back to the community,” said Kevin Carnes, president of Lakeshore’s education division. “We’re proud to support this event and inspire more kids to develop a love for math.”
Students do not need to be enrolled in a Mathnasium center to participate. Prep materials, including a practice test, are available on the Mathnasium TriMathlon website here .
Grand Prize winners receive a Rubik’s prize pack and Mathnasium scholarship.
To register or for more information on the Mathnasium TriMathlon, visit the Mathnasium TriMathlon website here or contact David Lubner, owner of the Darien Mathnasium Learning Center, at 203-655-6284.
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