Elementary school students find equation of success in the annual PWCS Challenge 24 tournament
Posted on 05/12/2022

PWCS students put on their thinking caps for the annual Challenge 24 tournament recently held at Beville Middle School. Sponsored by the Prince William County Office of Mathematics, the tournament allows students in grades three through five to practice and build a foundation of computational fluency in a fun and engaging way.

This year, seven schools participated: Bel Air, Chris Yung, Neabsco, Penn, and Potomac View Elementary Schools, The Nokesville School, and Porter Traditional School. .

Thank you to the students, families, staff, and volunteers who made the event possible.

Congratulations to this year’s Challenge 24 winners:

Third grade

  • First place - Jay Rutz, Chris Yung Elementary School
  • Second place - Jimmie Auldridge, The Nokesville School
  • Third place - Carlita Rabanales Lopez, Potomac View Elementary School

Fourth grade

  • First place - Seddiqa Karwar, Penn Elementary School
  • Second place - Carter Jensen, The Nokesville School
  • Third place - Wyatt Harrison, The Nokesville School

Fifth grade

  • First place - Xara Nasseh, Penn Elementary School
  • Second place - Ben Mielwocki, The Nokesville School
  • Third place - Mariam Karwar, Penn Elementary School

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