Hausner Students Win Awards in Noetic Learning Math Contest

Hausner Students Win Awards in Noetic Learning Math Contest

We are pleased to announce that last November our students in grades 2-6 participated in the Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC), a biannual national problem-solving contest. The NLMC is one of the largest math contests in the United States for elementary and middle school students. Every year, more than 30,000 students participate in the contest to compete against each other across the country.

The goal of the NLMC is to encourage students to excel in math by mastering their problem-solving skills. We believe that problem-solving skills help students become better thinkers, and they are the most important skills for students to have to succeed in advanced math and other STEM subjects. During the Noetic Learning Math Contest, students applied their problem-solving skills along with math concepts learned in the classroom to solve twenty non-routine math problems that call for creativity, originality, and thinking skills. 


We are proud to announce the following school winners:

Grade 2:
Guy Binyamin - Team Winner and National Honor Roll


Grade 3:
Gabriella Brandman - Team Winner and National Honor Roll
Ethan Elstein - Team Winner and National Honor Roll
Eli Perl - Team Winner and National Honor Roll


Grade 4:
Adrishyam Bhalla-Levine - Team Winner and National Honor Roll
Alexander Joffe - National Honor Roll
Itai Horn - Team Winner and National Honor Roll
Daniel Luzzatti - Team Winner and National Honor Roll


Grade 5:
Oren Tassa - Team Winner and National Honor Roll


Grade 6:
Matan Gotlieb - Team Winner


Kol Hakavod to all winners and participants!

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