The AMC8 is a national contest and will be administered digitally this year on November 10th. Exact times will be announced at a future date. Families will be responsible for proctoring their student’s exam and providing reliable internet access. Registration fees are covered by the district. This assessment is designed for high-achieving and highly-competitive Mathematics students.
Any student who is interested should fill out this form. This form must be completed before October 21st to sign up for the official contest. Interested students will be asked to take a practice test. They will receive a confirmation email after submitting their form.
Congratulations to the following students who are invited to participate in the next round of Stoller's MathCounts team tryouts. Upcoming rounds will determine the 15-student team for this year's competitions.
Anay Aggarwal, Arjun Agarwal, King Hey Chan, Winston Chan, Alex Cui, Luke D'silvia, Ashvant Daniel, Michael Fu, Isha Garg, Lokanshu Ghorai, Hao Gu, Avni Gulrajani, Anusha Jeyakumar, Aayushi Jhala, Ishaan Kodarapu, Ryan Lee, Sarah Lei, Xintong Ivy Li, Adam Li, Anya Li, Rosalie Liu, Saarthak Malakar, Anshul Mantri, Ananth Namboothiry, Misha Nasarpuri, Shreemoyee Saha, Zoey Tang, Siddhi Tandon, Ethan Wang, Sophia Wang, Thomas Wang, Justin Xia, Nathan Ye, Yedong Yu, Ethan Zhang.
These students will register for future tryout rounds. Most will receive this registration form from their math teachers. These students should reach out to Mr. Nelson if they have not been contacted by their math teacher or Mr. Nelson.
Please continue to read the Stoller Weekly for information about this year's Mathcounts team.
Sign-ups are coming. The National History Bee, National Science Bee and International Geography Bee (with a new structure this year) will run on a three-stage model: Online Regional Qualifying Exams, Regional Finals, and National Championships.
There is no fee to take the Qualifying exam. The fee is $40 per student for those who qualify for Regionals. The fee for Nationals is TBD.
Please watch the Stoller Weekly or check back here for sign-ups.
Earlier this year OBOB decided that it would not run Regional or Statewide competitions this year. With the announcement that CDL will continue through February 8th, it will be impossible to run a safe and effective program at Stoller this year.
If we all work together to practice social distancing, mask wearing, and other safety measures, we can plan on a robust OBOB program in 2021-22.
Sign-ups for You Be The Chemist are coming. Students in 6th - 8th grade are eligible to compete in teams of four (4). Start putting your teams together and continue to watch the Stoller Weekly and here for sign-up information.
You Be The Chemist is an entirely free program (no registration fee). Please visit You be the Chemist for information about this competition.