## March Mathness

A competition between Bean, Brust, Kelly, and Sullivan's classes who attend Ramstein and Kaiserslautern High Schools. Each class will have from the starting bell to the end of class bell to pass as many Mastery Checks and Tests as possible. Each class will compete head-to-head with another class for the highest average points (see scoring below). It is a double-elimination tournament, so one loss does not end it. After two losses, you're done.

Each passed Mastery Check scores points. 4 out of 5 correct = 2 points. 100% on a MC = 3 points.

Each passed Test scores points. 70-89% = 4 points. 90% and above = 5 points.

Take the total number of points you scored, and divide by the number of students in attendance that day, then multiply by 100 for a nice round score.. EXAMPLE: 30 kids are in the class, but 28 came to school that day with 62 points earned. 62 / 28 = 2.21 * 100 = 221 points

Each teacher will determine their rewards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Check with your teacher to know your prizes.

Mr. Bean's 5th Period won the 2015 March Mathness Tournament. Can they be dethroned this year? Good luck!

**SCORING:**Each passed Mastery Check scores points. 4 out of 5 correct = 2 points. 100% on a MC = 3 points.

Each passed Test scores points. 70-89% = 4 points. 90% and above = 5 points.

**CALCULATING YOUR CLASS AVERAGE:**Take the total number of points you scored, and divide by the number of students in attendance that day, then multiply by 100 for a nice round score.. EXAMPLE: 30 kids are in the class, but 28 came to school that day with 62 points earned. 62 / 28 = 2.21 * 100 = 221 points

**PRIZES:**Each teacher will determine their rewards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Check with your teacher to know your prizes.

Mr. Bean's 5th Period won the 2015 March Mathness Tournament. Can they be dethroned this year? Good luck!