Math is one of those subjects in school where children learn at different speeds. Eva Sharma, rising eighth grader at Timberline Middle School, wrote a book about this experience. Her book, entitled “Peanut and the Math Mystery,” is about a girl named Peanut who does not like math.
Down to a science – Evergreen students win money for school at National Science Bowl
Evergreen Middle School (EMS) sent a team to the National Science Bowl this year, held April 26-30 in Washington, D.C. The team made up of Kaaviya Uthirapandian, Sri Sai Tejas Varma Pakalapati, Medha Venkatapathy, Harish Krishna Kumar and Purab Shah, competed in several rounds. The team finished first in their division before moving onto the double elimination stage of the competition, where they tied for ninth place. EMS will receive $1,000 for their science department because of the team’s strong performance.
When the team was not competing, they were networking with other students from across the country. They were able to visit museums and participate in a cyber challenge, which all provided great learning experiences.
More than 14,000 students compete in the National Science Bowl each year. It is one of the largest science competitions in the country. Participants compete in a fast-paced, question-and-answer format where they solve technical problems and answer questions. The questions are from a range of science disciplines including biology, chemistry, earth and space science, physics and math.