Math night set for March 7

Students and parents enjoy math night at Grandview Middle School during activities presented by Central Washington University students.

Mackenzie Charvet/special to the Daily Sun News
Students and parents enjoy math night at Grandview Middle School during activities presented by Central Washington University students.



— Learning math can be fun, and to prove it the school district is offering a math night featuring math-themed games and challenges.

The free event is 6-7:30 p.m. on March 7 at Grandview Middle School.

“Please join us in a super night of fun mathematics,” Mackenzie Charvet, middle school mathematics teacher, said. “Central Washington University is bringing around 20 students to host their innovative math games as well as some of our elementary teachers.”

Math night is aimed at students from sixth grade to high school seniors, along with their parents. Babysitting will be provided for younger children, along with a bouncy house.

Students from CWU and the local 21st Century Program will host games and provide count jars. The college students will offer games they’ve created as part of their courses.

Door prizes will be offered to attendees.

The 21st Century program will provide a light dinner of hot dogs, chips, salsa, water and cookies.



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