WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The local winners of the 2013 "Trimathlon" were recently announced, with students from all over Westchester receiving prizes and Edgewood Elementary in Scarsdale winning the school contest and a $250 prize for its PTA.
The third annual "Mathnasium Trimathlon" was held at one of Mathnasium’s newest centers at 747 White Plains Road in Scarsdale.
“The Mathnasium TriMathlon represents a wonderful opportunity for kids to have fun, test their math skills, and earn money for local schools," Shane Bland, director of Mathnasium of Scarsdale, said in a statement. "It demonstrates that math can be fun, and at the same time provides a way for the students to give back to their community, which is a wonderful lesson for kids at this age."
Check out the list of local ribbon winners at the Trimathlon:
1st Place - Jevin Pinto, Casimir Pulaski School, Yonkers
2nd Place - Henry Dyer, Milestone School, Mount Vernon
3rd Place - Frankie Riccardi, Paideia School 15, Yonkers
1st Place - Matthew Barotz, Edgewood School, Scarsdale
2nd Place - Sarah Liu, Fox Meadow School, Scarsdale
3rd Place - Zahin Bashar, Church Street School, White Plains
1st Place - Aaron Song, Claremont School, Ossining
2nd Place - Celia Holde, George Washington School, Yorktown
3rd Place - Gregory Lee, Daniel Warren School, Mamaroneck
1st Place - Liam Hoare, Church Street School, White Plains
2nd Place - Hunter McRobie, Quaker Ridge School, Scarsdale
3rd Place - Ryan Matos, Roosevelt School, Ossining
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