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Minnetonka Sweeps State and Regional Math Competition

No school district in the eight-state region outperformed Minnetonka Public Schools in a national mathematics problem solving competition.

Within the eight-state region of Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota, no school district outperformed  in the Continental Mathematics League, national mathematics problem solving competition.

Posting the best performance in the District’s history in this competition, Minnetonka students took first in Minnesota and first in the eight-state region at every grade level. In addition, Minnetonka earned the national championship for three grade levels: Grade 2, Grade 3 and Grade 6.  

Continental Mathematics League is a national problem solving competition with the goal of helping students improve problem-solving skills. School teams at each grade level (2 - 9) participate in three to five meets throughout the year and are asked to solve six challenging problems per meet. (Try to solve some of the second and sixth grade questions.) The total points earned for the year determine final team results at the state, regional and national level.

Minnetonka’s high scoring Continental Math League students received recognition at an awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 25 at the . 

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