Wedgwood Elementary School Mathematicians Prepare for 24 Game Tournament Using WebEx Virtual Platform
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – A little remote learning doesn’t stop the Wedgwood Elementary School mathematicians.
With thoughts of the 24 Game Championship Tournament being postponed this year due to the implementation of remote learning, it was time to move the practice sessions to a virtual platform. Fourth- and fifth-grade students practice the 24 Game using WebEx. The sessions, hosted by math specialist Domenick Renzi, have allowed the students to continue this Wedgwood School tradition.
The annual tournament will take place at the end of May and in early June to crown this year’s champion.
In the photo at left, Wedgwood students practice for the upcoming 24 Game Tournament They include (clockwise from top left) fifth-graders Zach Clark, Andrew Robinson, Melanie Liguori and Luke Ridgeway.
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