Math-a-letes in training


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Dustin Selanders, 8, center, solves math problems for Mrs. Jen Dyas in the gym at Springcreek Elementary School on Tuesday during the quarterly Math-a-Lon as classmate Aiden Coppock, right, waits his turn. As students become proficient in their math facts, they earn the title of Math-a-lete.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Dustin Selanders, 8, center, solves math problems for Mrs. Jen Dyas in the gym at Springcreek Elementary School on Tuesday during the quarterly Math-a-Lon as classmate Aiden Coppock, right, waits his turn. As students become proficient in their math facts, they earn the title of Math-a-lete.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Dustin Selanders, 8, center, solves math problems for Mrs. Jen Dyas in the gym at Springcreek Elementary School on Tuesday during the quarterly Math-a-Lon as classmate Aiden Coppock, right, waits his turn. As students become proficient in their math facts, they earn the title of Math-a-lete.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Dustin Selanders, 8, center, solves math problems for Mrs. Jen Dyas in the gym at Springcreek Elementary School on Tuesday during the quarterly Math-a-Lon as classmate Aiden Coppock, right, waits his turn. As students become proficient in their math facts, they earn the title of Math-a-lete.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/01/web1_011817mju_springcreek_mathalon1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Dustin Selanders, 8, center, solves math problems for Mrs. Jen Dyas in the gym at Springcreek Elementary School on Tuesday during the quarterly Math-a-Lon as classmate Aiden Coppock, right, waits his turn. As students become proficient in their math facts, they earn the title of Math-a-lete.