Desmos Art Competition, Math Contest winners, Siegel High band honored
Winners of the recent Desmos Art Competitors and In-Man or woman Math Contest have been awarded.
In the center school division, Thomas Stoner from Siegel Middle received first location. For Built-in Math 1 and Integrated Math 2, Eli Bauer from Central Magnet was the victor for his exceptional animation. Central Magnet student Cam Yodis put initial in the Built-in Math 3 and Earlier mentioned division. Jonathan Anderson from Stewarts Creek Higher Faculty won the Teachers’ Division.
Other winners bundled:
Middle University: Julio Bermudez Marquez, La Vergne Center, second area Zelainy Karnof, La Vergne Middle, 3rd put.
Built-in Math 1 and 2: Dyllon Mutto, Siegel Center, 2nd positioned Noah Neubauer, Siegel Middle, third location.
Built-in Math and Higher than: Natalie Towle, Central Magnet, next area McKayla Nolan, Central Magnet, third place.
The math-centric levels of competition was opened to all pupils, as perfectly as lecturers, for the art category.
Learners were being judged on their skill to produce artwork employing an on the web graphic calculator system — recognised as Desmos — and by using math shapes and equations.
Through the in-particular person math levels of competition, school groups of three pupils ended up presented with a complex and wealthy math endeavor and offered 60 minutes to fix it.
Various awards have been given, these as most tasteful remedy, most effective perseverance, most collaborative, most exact answer, finest mathematical explanation, as very well as many others. Every faculty held its very own competitors and superlatives were awarded at just about every school.
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Siegel Superior band will get leading honors
Siegel Superior College senior band customers, band administrators, Principal Larry Creasy, and RCS Fantastic Arts Coordinator Lindsay Halford met with Governor Bill Lee lately for a presentation of the Tennessee Governor’s Cup.
The Siegel Band is below the course of David Aydelott and Assistant Band Director Blake Ward.
This previous drop at the MTSU Contest of Champions, Siegel was the maximum-scoring Tennessee band and was awarded the Governor’s Cup, a trophy that was very first introduced in 1969 by Governor Buford Ellington.
Siegel has gained this difference 4 occasions: 2009, 2011, 2020 and 2021.
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