Wedgwood Elementary School Students Surpass One Million Problems Solved through “First in Math”
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Wedgwood Elementary School students in first through fourth grade have solved more than 1,000,000 problems using the “First in Math” online program. First in Math was designed with focus, coherence and rigor as its cornerstones. Self-paced activities target the mastery of procedural skills and fluencies that are essential for internalizing and demonstrating conceptual understanding in mathematics. Students earn stickers for each problem solved correctly.
In the above photo are some of the top scorers at Wedgwood. They include (left to right): Back row – Andrew Nelson (grade 4), Eleanor Lawyer (grade 4), Brianna Rainey (grade 4), John Waysome (grade 3), Luke Ridgeway (grade 4); Front row – Ava Lentz (grade 1), Devansh Purohit (grade 2), Tyler Anderson (grade 2), Dylan Dael (grade 2).
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Joseph N. Bollendorf
206 E. Holly Ave
Sewell, NJ 08080
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