A math competition is going on now! It is online and runs through March. The competition is national, so it will be against tens of thousands of students all across the U.S in your grade level. It has 45 questions and should be completed in 45 minutes. It will be taken here, at Stacey Middle School.
It has 45 questions and should be completed in 45 minutes. It will be taken here, at Stacey Middle School.
If a contestant makes it to Round 2, they will need to travel to Chicago because that is where it takes place. It has 45 questions and should be completed in 45 minutes. It will be taken here, at Stacey Middle School.
Do your best, Cougars!
Rube Goldberg, a zany inventor and Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist that the STEM class is currently studying. Zany means amusingly unconventional and idiosyncratic, so the students will be making that kind of invention. More…
Mrs. Doyle’s 7A Math classes completed an end of the first-trimester math project.
Students were put into groups of four, and each student was assigned one out of the four chapters studied throughout the trimester as a review. More…
On February 25, Mrs. Doyle’s Math 7A classes competed in MathCon, a nationwide math competition where students took a 40 problem, 40 minute timed test on grade level appropriate problems.
The classes were competing with 45,000 students from over 330 schools in 40 states, but the 7th graders only competed against other 7th graders.
On the test, competitors faced grade level questions, patterns and problem solving, but as Mrs. Doyle said, the problems were “stepping it up a notch”.
She stated “I am very proud of my students”. Good job to our mathematicians!
Thao Vy Phan
Full S.T.E.A.M. ahead! OC Fair Imaginology is featuring Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics related exhibits and hands-on activities for everyone at OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. It is a free admission event lasting from April 15 to 17. The entry deadline is Friday, March 25. More…
For the remainder of the year, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students will use the Big Ideas Math Textbook, and returning their McGraw-Hill textbooks to the company.
Math teachers from middle and elementary schools met on December 17th, Thursday, evening to discuss which of two Mathematics textbooks they preferred. After discussion and voting, it was decided Stacey Middle School will be using the Big Ideas Math textbook, as opposed to the McGraw-Hill edition. More…