Welcome to Harmony's 4th Annual

March Math-Ness Competition

   "March Math-Ness" is a friendly mathematics competition that differentiates work/problems based on the student's learning level. Starting March 10, 2017, students will be asked to participate in the "March Math-Ness" competition as an extra-curricular/enrichment opportunity.

   Students are asked to complete different mathematical tasks that are given separate point values (1 point, 2 point, & 3 point problems). The student can choose which point value and basketball activity they want to complete. Responses are then recorded on a paper basketball. After each basketball is printed, completed, colored, cut-out, checked & signed by a parent, students are to return it to school in order to accumulate points for their Class/Team. These paper basketballs will be displayed in the halls of Harmony!

   This competition places classes against each other in a friendly bracket system much like the NCAA March Basketball tournament. The winning class (with the most points in the head-to-head match-up) moves on through the tournament. Classes that do not proceed to the next round can still earn points for their class to achieve the highest point total for classes. 

This means that we will crown two winning classes: the bracket challenge winner and the total point winner. In addition, we will recognize all students who participate and the two winning classes will win a prize at the end of the competition (winning prizes are sponsored by the School).

Each differentiated level is on the side left bar of this webpage.