Muir students from kindergarten through 12th grade completed
89,839 problems in one day while competing online with students around the world, part of the school's third annual participation in UNICEF's World Math Day. Fifth-grader Mannie Amoguis recorded the fastest Muir time for solving problems in a single game.
World Math Day is the world's largest education event. Students around the globe from ages 4-18 compete against each other in mental arithmetic games on the World Math Day website. The event encourages students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to do math in a fun, interactive and accessible way. Money raised from the event goes toward struggling schools.
For more information regarding John Muir’s participation in World Math Day, contact Teacher Librarian Anne Lambert at email@example.com.