CISB held a series of math competitions in which students across Grades 1 to 12 participated, engaging in challenging mathematical activities. These competitions tested the students’ problem-solving abilities and encouraged their engagement with complex mathematical concepts. Each contest offered unique challenges and nurtured a diverse range of the participants’ mathematical skills. This series of competitions gave the students an invaluable opportunity to enhance their learning experience and apply their knowledge in competitive settings.
Caribou Contest (November 15th and 16th):
Students from Grades 1 to 12 solved challenging math problems by applying various skills. Our students achieved commendable results during this competition.
Canadian Jay Math Contest (November 17th):
Grades 5 and 6 students participated in this competition, where they faced a series of thought-provoking questions. It was an excellent opportunity for CISB students to test their problem-solving skills.
Noetic Math Learning Contest (November 21st):

This contest involved 30 selected students from Grades 2 to 5. These students competed in a group competition, working collaboratively to solve math problems. It was an engaging, collaborative experience for all participants.

International Math Olympiad Challenge (November 25th):

One hundred ten students from Grades 1 to 11 participated in this prestigious event. The competition was a massive success and aligned perfectly with our STEAM activities. Our students exhibited exceptional problem-solving abilities, critical thinking skills, and mathematical aptitude.

The event organizers are currently reviewing and scoring the participants’ submissions, and we are eagerly awaiting the official results.

Congratulations to all Bobcats who participated!