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New program in Teaneck

¬ рада предложить вам нашу новую трех-часовую программу на русском €зыке всестороннего развити€ маленького ребенка
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Registration is opened for Summer camp 2017 in North Brunswwick

Summer Camp 2017 in North Brunswick
The camp is designed to promote Russian Language through a variety of activities, which include Russian, math, theater, Art , chess and sport all day long!
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Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS)

Dates for MOEMS 2016_2017:
Nov 19th -20th
Dec 17th-18th
Jan 14th-15th
Feb 18th-19th
March 11th-12th
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SchoolPlus 2015-2016 MOEMS winners

SchoolPlus is thrilled at the news MOEMS gave us about results of 2015-2016. You know that MOEMS is the series of Olympiad contests our students taken throughout the school years.

For this 2015-2016 the cut off scores for the gold and silver pin and teams were announced, and SchoolPlus have 3 students with perfect score (25 out of 25) , 14 students winning the gold pin (22-24) and 33 students winning Silver pin (18-21 out of 25). We have two teams with scores 237 and 205 with cut off 197!

We couldnТt be more thrilled at our students success in this famous Olympiad. ItТs a very special achievement, because to become a winner a student must perform consistently, not on just one Olympiad, but on 5 of them. And as youТve seen, a student must show the knowledge and skill in many different areas of mathematics.

While we are proud of our students' mathematical performance and the credit they bring to SchoolPlus, we want you to know that our feelings go beyond that. We have known many of our students for a long time now. Many of them have been with us since you first started school!! WeТve watched our students grow through the years. So our feelings of pride in this accomplishment are all the more strong, given the affection and fondness we have for all of our students

Parents, congratulations to all of you, you are a big part of this achievement! Read the table below:

Olga I.Fookson, Ph.D. SchoolPlus Director and Founder

 Student nameScoreSP branchWINNERDivision
1KHALITOV, Alexander25TeaneckPerfect scoreElem
2BLACHMAN, Dina25NBPerfect scoreElem
3CHUCHKOVA, Anastasia25NBPerfect scoreMiddle sch
1TORUBAROV, Timothy24NBGoldElem
2TSARKOV, Dennis24NBGoldMiddle sch
3BERGER Benjamin 23SIGoldE div
4BHATNAGAR, Lyra23PrincetonGoldElem
5FLEYSHER, Sophie 23SIGoldM divis
6ICHETOVKIN, Alexander23NBGoldMiddle sch
6MCGILLIS, Anna23 GoldMiddle sch
7PEYSAKHOVA Lauren 23SIGoldE div
8SINHA, Ishaan23NBGoldElem
9TORUBAROV, Artem23NBGoldElem
10BLEYMAN, David22PrincetonGoldElem
11CONSTANTINE, Andrew22PrincetonGoldElem
12ROTH, Matvey22MNHGoldE div
13TOZZI,, Massimo 22MNHGoldE div
14YUSHCHENKO, Darina22WayneGoldElem
1CHERNYAK, Sasha21NBSilverElem
2FEINBERG, Nicole21SISilverE div
3KADAEV, Matthew 21MNHSilverE div
4SERGEYEV, Maxim21MarlboroSilverElem
5SPIVAK, Gabriel21MarlboroSilverElem
6YOGESWARAN, Swetha21 SilverElem
7ALSHANSKY, Daniel 20SISilverE div
8BURSHTEYN, Sasha 20SISilverE div
9EMELYANENKO, Anton20TeaneckSilverElem
10HAGEDORN, Nicholas20princetonSilverElem
11SHAH, Ashna 20SISilverM divis
12STAMATIOUS, Mallas 20SISilverE div
13ISAKOV, Anastasia19SISilverM divis
14 KLIKFELD, Diana19SISilverE div
15APOLLONSKY, Emilie19NBSilverElem
16BAGDASAROV, Leon19MarlboroSilverElem
17BELITSKI, Richard 19SISilverM divis
18BENTSIANOV, Elizabeth †19SISilverM divis
19DERKACH, Sarah19MNHSilverE div
20FELDMAN, Sarah19MarlboroSilverElem
21FINKELSTEIN, Matthew 19SISilverE div
22 FUCHS, Ariel 19SISilverE div
23 KRASNOV, Nicole 19SISilverE div
24MOTORINA, Anna 19SISilverE div
25NISENZON, Anna19MarlboroSilverElem
26PUSTOVIT, Misha 19MNHSilverM div
27SKLYAR, Juliette19TeaneckSilverElem
28ZELENKOV, Aleksander 19SISilverM divis
29AFIF, Sarah 18SISilverM divis
30BORODA, Rebecca 18MNHSilverM div
31KOGAN, Sarah 18SISilverM divis
32MYKYTENKO, Elizabeth 18SISilverM divis
33POLGUR, Gabriella 18SISilverM divis

MOEMS - American Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools

MOEMS is a public foundation which provides opportunities for children to engage in creative problem solving activities which develop a child's ability to reason, to be logical, to be resourceful, and occasionally to be ingenious.

There are five Olympiads being given every month from November 2013 to March 2014. The Olympiad Committee collects the results and keeps a cumulative score for each participant. Each Olympiad consists of 5 questions, worth 1 point each.

The Olympiad goals are the following: Develop enthusiasm for problem solving and mathematics, deepen understanding of mathematical concepts and strengthen ability to use these concepts, enrich experiences in intellectually stimulating and significant mental activities.

During this school year, SchoolPlus has been participating in the Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS). Participating in Math Olympiads is an integral part of the SchoolPlus Mathematics Program. Of course, it is a competition, and some kids will be winners and some will not. But we strongly believe that every kid will benefit by being exposed to these clever and challenging problems.

The contests are a challenge and an opportunity to grow. Learning how to solve a problem and to understand its underlying mathematical concepts are the most important goals of mathematics education.

About 110,000 students from 5,000 teams worldwide participated in the Olympiads this year.Forty nine states and 27 countries were represented.

The highlights for students are the five monthly contests, given from November to March. There are two grade appropriate divisions (Elementary school 4-6 and Middle school 7-8).

Each contest consists of five non-routine problems with a time limit of 25 minutes for the entire contest. Every problem requires careful mathematical thinking. A student scores 1 point for each correct answer. Thus, a student may score up to 25 points during the year. After each contest, results are submitted to MOEMS for score keeping.

In the Elementary Division a student received a first place award if he scored from 22 Ц 25 points (top 2%), and a second place award for scores of 17-21 points (top 10%). In the Middle Division a student received the first place award for scoring from 22 Ц 25 points (top 2%), and for second place, 16 Ц 21 points (top 10%).