Local Elementary Students Shine At Sunshine Math Competition

April 29, 2019

Hundreds of Escambia County elementary school students took part in the annual Sunshine Math Competition recently.

Molino Park Elementary’s Team Two (pictured) placed first among fourth grade teams. For a photo gallery with other North Escambia area team and individual winners, click here.

Results were as follows:

Third Grade Individual Winners
1st Place: Kayla Swank – Pleasant Grove Elementary
2nd Place: Marie Prestwood – Beulah Elementary
3rd Place: Owen Morgan – Kingsfield Elementary

Third Grade Team Winners
1st Place: Scenic Heights Elementary Team One
2nd Place: Cordova Park Elementary Team Two
3rd Place: Lipscomb Elementary Team One

Fourth Grade Individual Winners
1st Place: Ava Lane – N.B. Cook Elementary
2nd Place: Jordan Foster – A.K. Suter Elementary
3rd Place: Bailey Booth – McArthur Elementary

Fourth Grade Team Winners
1st Place: Molino Park Elementary Team Two
2nd Place: Jim Allen Elementary Team One
3rd Place: Jim Allen Elementary Team Two

Fifth Grade Individual Winners
1st Place: Sophia Senarosa – A.K. Suter Elementary (100%)
2nd Place: Ayden Crabtree – Molino Park Elementary
3rd Place: Christopher Oliver – Hellen Caro Elementary

Fifth Grade Team Winners
1st Place: Bellview Elementary Team Two
2nd Place: Bratt Elementary Team One
3rd Place: Bratt Elementary Team Two

Comments

One Response to “Local Elementary Students Shine At Sunshine Math Competition”

  1. That guy on April 29th, 2019 1:47 pm

    Good job kids! This was a great event with a ton of parents supporting their kids.





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