Competition Date: May 19, 2018

10:30 am to 12:00 pm:     Levels/Grades 1-4

12:30 pm to 2:00 pm:       Levels/Grades 5-8

Location:   Immaculate Conception Church
193 Main Street
North Easton, MA 02356

The goal of The Lions Pride Math Challenge 2018 is an annual mathematics contest, open to all students. The contest provides a challenging, engaging mathematical experience that is both competitive and educational.  It will stimulate enthusiasm and a love for mathematics, teach major strategies for problem solving, develop mathematical flexibility in solving problems, strengthen mathematical perception, foster mathematical creativity and ingenuity, and provide for the satisfaction and thrill of meeting challenges.

  • The competition will consist of 8 Levels that correspond with school grades 1st through 8th.
  • Papers will be corrected that very day with winners announced within a week on Easton Lions website and Facebook page.
  • The Answer Keys will be published with the winners announcements
  • Students work will not be published and we will not be available for return to the student. (e.g., we cannot provide explanation to individual students where they went wrong, how to solve problems etc.)

A little challenge can always inspire students who love math to greater achievement!

For Information & Questions please contact:

Easton Lions Pride Math Challenge - Inspiring Young Minds. I Love Math Logo.

4 points – The response seems to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the mathematical concepts and procedures required by the task.

The response provides correct answer(s) with clear and complete mathematical procedures shown and a correct explanation, as required by the task. Response may contain a minor “Omission ” in work or explanation that does not detract from demonstrating a thorough understanding.

3 points – The response seems to demonstrate a general understanding of the mathematical concepts and procedures required by the task.

The response and explanation (as required by the task) are mostly complete and correct. The response may have minor errors that do not detract from demonstrating a general understanding.

2 points – The response seems to demonstrate a partial understanding of the mathematical concepts and procedures required by the task.

The response is somewhat correct with partial understanding of the required mathematical concepts and/or explained. The response may contain some work that is incomplete or unclear.

1 point – The response seems to demonstrate a minimal understanding of the mathematical concepts and procedures required by the task.

0 – The response has no correct answer and insufficient evidence to demonstrate any understanding of the mathematical concepts and procedures required by the task for that grade level. 

Math Challenge 2017 Winners

All winners and their parents are invited to the Easton Lions Club meeting at the Easton VFW on Wednesday May 24th at 6:45 pm for recognition of the student's accomplishments in the Math Challenge.  Students will receive an email from Pratima Penumarthy with details, please let her know if you can attend via email or at 508-238-7471. The VFW location is 61 Rockland Street, on the corner of Allen Road, North Easton, Massachusetts.

Level 1:

  • Suhas Goluguri (First)
  • Rohan Danda (Second)
  • Esha Misra (Third)
  • Shivansh Shukla (Third)
  • Bailley Gavin  (Third)

Level 2:

  • Kian Kasir (First)
  • Kuba Altaai (Second)
  • Akshaya Kolluri ( Second)
  • Anvita Nimmagadda (Third)

Level 3:

  • Nikhil Khanna (First)
  • Vamshi Ankala (Second)
  • Alex Parker (Third)

Level 4:

  • Jacob Morrell (First)
  • Shara Yabroudy (Second)

Level 5:

  • Redmond MacInnis (First)