Local Elementary Students Shine At Sunshine Math Competition

April 16, 2018


Hundreds of Escambia County elementary school students took part in the annual Sunshine Math Competition this past weekend at Washington High School.

Winners were:

3rd Grade Team

  1. Molino Park elementary School’s Team 1
  2. McArthur Elementary School’s Team 1
  3. McArthur Elementary School’s Team 2

3rd Grade Individual

  1. Ethan White, Pine Meadow Elementary School
  2. Jordan Foster, A.K. Suter Elementary School
  3. Presley Johnson, Bratt Elementary School

4th Grade Team

  1. Lipscomb Elementary School
  2. McArthur Elementary School
  3. Pleasant Grove Elementary School


4th Grade Individual

  1. Parker Mims, R.C. Lipscomb Elementary School
  2. Peyton Brummet, N.B. Cook Elementary School
  3. Ray Duong, N.B.Cook Elementary School

5th Grade Team

  1. Hellen Caro Elementary School’s Team 2
  2. Cordova Park Elementary School’s Team 1
  3. Scenic Heights Elementary School’s Team 1

5th Grade Individual

  1. Aiden Ripley, Scenic Heights Elementary School
  2. Brody Hills, Pensacola Beach Elementary School
  3. Benjamin Fulkerson, Blue Angels Elementary School

Additional North Escambia winners are pictured below, scroll down.

3rd grade, second place McArthur Elementary School’s Team 1.

3rd grade, third place, McArthur Elementary School’s Team 2.

3rd grade, first place individual Ethan White, Pine Meadow Elementary School.

3rd place individual, Presley Johnson, Bratt Elementary School

4th grade, first place Lipscomb Elementary

4th grade, second place McArthur Elementary



4th grade, first place individual Parker Mims, R.C. Lipscomb Elementary School


Photos courtesy Kim Stefansson for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.


Comments

3 Responses to “Local Elementary Students Shine At Sunshine Math Competition”

  1. tg on April 18th, 2018 3:52 pm

    This is our future it looks good.

  2. Sharon Poulsen on April 16th, 2018 11:17 am

    Congratulations Presley! Way to represent Bratt Elementary and the great teachers there. Keep up the good work!

  3. Jan on April 16th, 2018 8:21 am

    Congratulations to these wonderful young people and to the teachers and parents who encourage and taught them.





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