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Solvers Reach 3 Million

Wedgwood Elementary School Math Students Already Surpass 3 Million Problems Solved Using First in Math Program


WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – It took only 32 school days for Wedgwood Elementary School students to solve more than 3 million (3,000,000) math 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 mastery of procedural skills and fluencies that are essential for internalizing and demonstrating conceptual understanding in mathematics. Students earn stickers for every three problems solved correctly.



The above photo illustration features some of Wedgwood School’s latest Grand Champions (students who solve more than 30,000 math program). They include (left to right): Top row – Brady Piperata (grade 3), Andrew Covotta (grade 4), Caleb Banks (grade 4), and Robbie Taylor (grade 3); Bottom row – Kevin Yankanich (grade 5), Jordyn Gorski (grade 4), Ryan Lawyer (grade 5), and Jackson Gore (grade 3). 


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