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District Employees Help Organize Newton Math Contest
Newton Math OrganizersSeveral members of the Wilkes-Barre Area School District Mathematics Department served as organizers for the Newton Math Contest along with other educators from schools throughout the Wyoming Valley.  Sam Elias, Meyers High School, Jenifer Kemmerer, Coughlin High School, Jen Decker, Solomon Junior High School, and Corinne Drost, Mathematics Department supervisor all participated in this event.

King’s College recently hosted the Newton Math Contest, where students from local high schools competed in a day of rigorous mathematics. Pictured left include, first row from left, Raffael Billet, math teacher, Hazleton Area School District; Sam Elias, Newton committee organizer, Wilkes-Barre Area School District; Dr. Mohamad Nouri, Newton Foundation organizer; Corinne Drost, Newton committee organizer, Wilkes-Barre Area School District; Dr. Denise Reboli, Professor of Education, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Kings College; Jennifer Decker, Newton committee organizer, Wilkes-Barre Area School District. Second row, Ed Groth, Wyoming Valley West; Jason Bugno, Scranton Prep; Jim Anderson, director of admissions, Kings College; Todd Gunther, Berwick Area School District; Jenifer Kemmerer, Newton Organizing committee, Wilkes-Barre Area School District; and Barbara Warman, Nanticoke Area School District.

Congratulations to Meyers student Miles Hammond. He achieved second place in the individual test!
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