Mu Alpha Theta hosts math night

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Mu Alpha Theta hosts math night

4th graders play a board game hosted by senior Madaline Granadas. “This was a fabulous event,” fourth grade teacher Donald Baiter said. “A lot of parents and excited kids came by so it was really fun to see everything turn out great.”

4th graders play a board game hosted by senior Madaline Granadas. “This was a fabulous event,” fourth grade teacher Donald Baiter said. “A lot of parents and excited kids came by so it was really fun to see everything turn out great.”

Rebecca Cade

4th graders play a board game hosted by senior Madaline Granadas. “This was a fabulous event,” fourth grade teacher Donald Baiter said. “A lot of parents and excited kids came by so it was really fun to see everything turn out great.”

Rebecca Cade

Rebecca Cade

4th graders play a board game hosted by senior Madaline Granadas. “This was a fabulous event,” fourth grade teacher Donald Baiter said. “A lot of parents and excited kids came by so it was really fun to see everything turn out great.”

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On Thurs, Oct. 24, Mu Alpha Theta volunteered at Scott Johnson Elementary school in order to help with Math Night. This event allowed students to enjoy math through various activities and to show what they have learned to their families.
“I think it was fun to see all the families and see the people want to enjoy math,” junior Rylie Davis said. “I played battle the card game with first graders and an estimation game with all the families.”
All math activities were either board games or card games and were separated by grade level.
“This was a fabulous event,” fourth grade teacher Donald Baiter said. “A lot of parents and excited kids came by, so it was really fun to see everything turn out great. I worked at a fourth-grade math table teaching the kids how to add and multiply and help and work on positive behavior intervention support so the parents can see how we help the kids work with positive behavior.”
Mu Alpha Theta volunteers worked with teachers on math activities. Students were encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes to spread the Halloween spirit and add another layer of fun to the event.
“I think math night went really well,” junior Kylie Allums said. “I’ve never gone to anything like this before, I can’t wait to help out next year with math night. I worked with all grades playing battle using addition and multiplication.”
The staff rewarded students with candy and Halloween themed toys when they completed each activity. Pizza was served to all families in the middle of the event.
“I believe the math night was a success, it sounds like the volunteers were extremely helpful and they had a great time with the kids,” Mu Alpha Theta adviser Alma Mitchell said. “I plan to do this next year with hopefully more volunteers to help out.”

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