Over 300 students, parents, and teachers filled the Franklin Elementary School gymnasium in Westfield to participate in the fifth annual Family Math Night on Thursday, February 6. This year’s theme was Winter Olympics Kick-Off Celebration and featured such math events as using probability for bob-sledding, using map scale to determine the distance between Olympic countries, and using reflection to move a skier through a downhill maze. Enjoying math games with Franklin teacher Danielle Soular are (l-r) first graders Sawyer Moss, Catherine Ritter, Abigail Silverman, Sofia Schwartz, and second grader Lina Wright.
Franklin School Family Math Night
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