ALOHA’s 3rd Annual National Math Competition for Kids Offers Over $43,000 in Cash Prizes; Sign up Continues Thru Feb. 15, 2019

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Registration open to children (grades 1-6) January through February 15, 2019 for ALOHA’s 3rd Annual National Math Challenge for kids with over $43,000 in cash prizes. This math test-based competition for kids is open to students grades 1-6 nationally;* https://alohamathchallenge.com.

The Winners of ALOHA Mind Math's 2nd National Math Challenge for Kids

The Winners of ALOHA Mind Math's 2018 2nd National Math Challenge for kids with over $40,000 in prizes

Cash prizes for the 2019 ALOHA Math Challenge will total more than $43,000. Over 1,300 students participated in ALOHA’s 2018's 2nd Annual National Math Challenge.

Registration for ALOHA’s 3rd Annual National Math Challenge for kids, offering over $43,000 in cash prizes, is open to children (grades 1-6) through February 15, 2019. This math test-based competition for kids is open to students grades 1-6 nationally.* Sign up continues through Feb.15, 2019 click for more info.

ALOHA’s 2019 National Math Challenge features three separate age categories with 5 cash prize winners in each category. Cash prizes will total more than $43,000. Over 1,300 students participated last year in ALOHA’s 2nd Annual National Math Challenge. Each student registered for the 2019 Challenge will compete within their age group across three rounds of testing. The preliminary test round will be held March 16, 2019. Qualifying students will be invited to compete in the semi-finals on Apr 13, and qualifying finalists will be invited to the final round held in Edison NJ in May, 2019.** Registration fee for contest: For current ALOHA students: $45 for the first child, for non-ALOHA students, $60*; sibling discounts available. Registration is open through February 15, 2019. Click/tap here to register.

How Does This National Math Challenge Work?
Students will compete in three categories: Pre-Jr: grades 1& 2; Jr: grades 3 & 4 and Sr: grades 5 & 6. The math challenge is open to all students, not just to those enrolled in an ALOHA program, although there are some state restrictions* (see eligibility information below). Children will be tested with competitive math-type questions that are grade level appropriate. Students will not be allowed to use calculators or an abacus. Scratch note paper and pencils will be allowed.

ALOHA Mind Math National Challenge Prizes:

  • Pre-Junior Challenge (Grades 1-2)

1st Prize: $5,000; 2nd Prize: $2,000; 3rd Prize: $1,000; 4th Prize: $750; 5th Prize: $500.

  • Junior Challenge (Grades 3-4)

1st Prize: $7,500; 2nd Prize: $3,000; 3rd Prize: $1,500; 4th Prize: $1,000; 5th Prize: $750.

  • Senior Challenge (Grades 5-6)

1st Prize: $10,000; 2nd Prize: $5,000; 3rd Prize: $2,500; 4th Prize: $1,500; 5th Prize: $1,000.

*Some restrictions apply, please see contest eligibility information below and full rules and regulations at: https://alohamathchallenge.com/math-challenge-rules/
** Final Round Entrants and their Eligible Children must travel to Edison, New Jersey to compete in the Final Round. See complete details in the contest rules and regulations.

How Can a Child Get Involved in ALOHA Programs?
ALOHA currently works with children in grades K through 6th in Math, Reading and Writing at over 100 locations in 19 states across the U.S., including: AL, AR, AZ, CA, CT, FL, GA, IL, MA, MI, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TX, VA. For more details on these programs, go to http://ALOHAMindMath.com, search for a nearby center using ALOHA's online center locator, check the ALOHA Facebook page (Facebook.com/aloha.usa), or call 877-256-4203 to find a center near you. Each ALOHA learning center is independently owned and operated.

About ALOHA
Since 2006, ALOHA Mind Math, a leading provider of mental arithmetic and English Reading | Writing after school programs, has been helping children in the U.S. between the ages of 3 through 12 achieve academic excellence. Other programs also include a Tiny Thinkers pre-school program for ages 3-5 and Math and Reading Summer Camps. The interactive learning process ALOHA uses enhances a child’s math, reading and writing capabilities. Teachers also assist children in developing skills and abilities such as critical thinking, observation, and listening that result in the overall growth of the child. The ALOHA program is also in use in 20 countries worldwide.

*Math Challenge Eligibility
The ALOHA® National Math Challenge (the “Contest”) is open to legal residents of the United States except where our contest is not permitted by the laws of Colorado & North Dakota, and as such no Entrants will be accepted in these states or in any other jurisdiction where this Contest is not permitted by applicable law. All registrants must be a parent or legal guardian of a child that is in grades one (1) through six (6) (“Eligible Child” or, collectively, “Eligible Children”). Also, due to state laws, legal residents of Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois and Maryland may only participate if they are currently a parent or a guardian of a child that is enrolled in programs at an ALOHA Learning center and is currently in grades one (1) through six (6) and (“Eligible Child” or, collectively, “Eligible Children”). Employees (and their immediate families or those living in the same household) of Apogee Learning, LLC (“Sponsor”) or any of its affiliates, subsidiaries, divisions, parent and related companies, franchisees, suppliers, printers and advertising, promotional and judging agencies (collectively, “Sponsor Affiliates”) are not eligible to enter or win. Parents or legal guardians wanting their child to participate in the Contest may do so by registering an Eligible Child in accordance with the complete rules and eligibility page (https://alohamathchallenge.com/math-challenge-rules/) before the Contest registration end date.

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