Continental Math League (CML) writes contests designed to both maximize student opportunities to participate and to improve their problem-solving capabilities. They have received reports from teachers and parents that students who participate in math contests improve in both their math and reading skills.
Students will be participating with other students on the same grade level from schools all over the United States.
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- In-person ONLY.
- One 30-minute contest round each meet.
- No calculators allowed.
- Grades 2 & 3 – 3 meets (Jan, Feb, and Mar); 6 questions each meet.
- Grades 4 through 8 – 5 meets (all dates below); 8 questions each meet.
- All meets are free response.
Students in grades 2-8. First graders with good reading skills are welcome to register for 2nd grade.
Contests rounds start after the MathRocks! Team round, approximately 12:30pm, on the following dates:
- October 16
- November 13
- January 8
- February 5
- March 5
Check-in for students NOT participating in MathRocks! begins at noon. Those participating in MathRocks! will be automatically checked in with their MathRocks! check-in.
All CML meets for grades 2-8 will take place at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Check-in is at the William N. Pennington Engineering Building (WPEB), 1st floor.
Registration is for the full series.
Grades 2 & 3 – $25.
Grades 4-8 – $40.
Individual Meet Awards: NNVMath will present ribbons to the top performers of each meet at the awards ceremony at the following MathRocks! contest. This gap in time allows us to deal with any scoring issues and ensure results are correct without making participants and parents wait for an unknown amount of time on each contest day.
Accumulative Season Awards: CML provides medals for top series performers by grade. These medals will be presented at our annual Year End Awards Dinner scheduled for May 21st.
Registration for all contests are through MyNNVMath.org. If your school is not listed in the school drop down, email Sherry@NNVMath.org with your school name and city/state where it is located.
We are running the Pythagorean Division.