Seymour middle school math students compete in annual event

Tribune Staff Reports

Seymour Middle School sent 13 students to Indiana University Southeast in New Albany on April 27 to compete in the annual Indiana Council of Teachers of Mathematics Algebra and Pre-Algebra exams.

Students competed by subject area, not grade level, so some middle school students were competing with high school students for awards, according to a news release from Seymour Middle School math teacher Wayne Huddleston.

Two Seymour Middle School seventh graders competed in the 40-question pre-algebra exam. Megan Robertson finished with a score of 37 to place first in the regional and was one of only 12 students to be named an Outstanding Scholar in pre-algebra.

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