Students of Parkview Elementary School’s Math Scholars Club competed in the Caribou math contest last week and did well. Four of them – Nash Rutherford

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Students of Parkview Elementary School’s Math Scholars Club do well in worldwide Caribou math contest.

Students of Parkview Elementary School’s Math Scholars Club competed in the Caribou math contest last week and did well.  Four of them – Nash Rutherford, Colton Fleming, Neo Moren and Daisy May Munro, finished in the top 50 per cent of the students in the world who participated in the online contest.

Pictured are, back row,  left to right: Ava Weibe, Jaina Walsh, Maureen Moren, Liam Davies, Ty Sigvaldason, Neo Moren, Paxton Watson and Coltan Fleming. Front row, left to right: Carson Oystryk, Hailey Peter, Cade Walsh, Raegen Starkell, Scott Rokosh, Alex Dunnett, Jake Watson, Daisy May Munro, Ashur Gjaltema and Nash Rutherford.


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