The annual LCS 24 Game Challenge was held in April, 2018 at Linkhorne Middle School.
This year’s winners are:
1st place - Owen Rojas (Bedford Hills Elementary)
2nd place - Lexi Felmlee (GO Center)
3rd place - Liam Rojas (GO Center)
4th place - Tyreese Slaughter (Sheffield Elementary)
The 24Game Challenge has become a yearly tradition in Lynchburg City Schools. This program was added to the math curriculum to encourage the quick recall of basic math facts and to promote mental computation. This program begins in the first and second grades with number puzzles that are solved using addition and subtraction facts. As students progress to the 5th grade, the game advances to using all four basic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Students who are selected to represent their schools have already displayed their excellence at solving these 24Game math puzzles.
Congratulations to all the students who participated in the 24 Game Challenge!