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Math Mania Night RSVP

Make sure you send back your RSVP to our Math Mania Night March 3rd sent home with your children today. Each returned RSVP will entitle your child to receive an extra ballot for our Estimation Jar contest. Students can put in their estimations and the closest estimation will be the winner! So do not delay and send them in today so that we can pass out the ballots. Winners will be announced on Math Mania Night and prizes can be redeemed at our upcoming Book Fair. 

Save the date March 3rd and make sure you come out for our Math Mania Night! This is an evening event being planned by our staff for parents/guardian and students of all age groups!  


Come out for a fun and informative evening learning about Math with your children. Our teachers will be providing you with a "window into your child's learning at school". Come out together with your children to learn how we teach Math and how your can help your children at home with cool ways you can continue the learning at home. Come on out and...show your students how you too have a growth mindset and are willing to learn something new in Math.  


RSVPs due back by Monday, February 29th or earlier.  Thanks!



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