Numeracy Challenge held at Four County


Four County Career Center’s 13th Annual Numeracy Challenge was recently held. Forty-two teams of four students from the career and technical education programs at the Career Center competed in mathematical calculations in a timed setting. 2021 Senior 1st place winners - Computer Design/3D Modeling, 2nd place winners - Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 3rd place winners - Visual Art & Design; Junior 1st place winners - Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 2nd place winners - Computer Programming & Game Design, 3rd place winners - Veterinarian Assistant. Winners from Fulton County include, from left, front: Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen); Ashley Creps (Delta); Megan Black (Wauseon); back: Dylan Rash (Pettisville); Spencer Taynor-Goodsite (Delta); Harley Schwarz (Evergreen); and Matthew Pace (Delta).

Four County Career Center’s 13th Annual Numeracy Challenge was recently held. Forty-two teams of four students from the career and technical education programs at the Career Center competed in mathematical calculations in a timed setting. 2021 Senior 1st place winners - Computer Design/3D Modeling, 2nd place winners - Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 3rd place winners - Visual Art & Design; Junior 1st place winners - Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 2nd place winners - Computer Programming & Game Design, 3rd place winners - Veterinarian Assistant. Winners from Fulton County include, from left, front: Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen); Ashley Creps (Delta); Megan Black (Wauseon); back: Dylan Rash (Pettisville); Spencer Taynor-Goodsite (Delta); Harley Schwarz (Evergreen); and Matthew Pace (Delta).


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Four County Career Center’s 13th Annual Numeracy Challenge was recently held. Forty-two teams of four students from the career and technical education programs at the Career Center competed in mathematical calculations in a timed setting. 2021 Senior 1st place winners – Computer Design/3D Modeling, 2nd place winners – Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 3rd place winners – Visual Art & Design; Junior 1st place winners – Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 2nd place winners – Computer Programming & Game Design, 3rd place winners – Veterinarian Assistant. Winners from Fulton County include, from left, front: Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen); Ashley Creps (Delta); Megan Black (Wauseon); back: Dylan Rash (Pettisville); Spencer Taynor-Goodsite (Delta); Harley Schwarz (Evergreen); and Matthew Pace (Delta).

Four County Career Center’s 13th Annual Numeracy Challenge was recently held. Forty-two teams of four students from the career and technical education programs at the Career Center competed in mathematical calculations in a timed setting. 2021 Senior 1st place winners – Computer Design/3D Modeling, 2nd place winners – Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 3rd place winners – Visual Art & Design; Junior 1st place winners – Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 2nd place winners – Computer Programming & Game Design, 3rd place winners – Veterinarian Assistant. Winners from Fulton County include, from left, front: Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen); Ashley Creps (Delta); Megan Black (Wauseon); back: Dylan Rash (Pettisville); Spencer Taynor-Goodsite (Delta); Harley Schwarz (Evergreen); and Matthew Pace (Delta).
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2021/03/web1_2021-numeracy-challenge-fulton.jpgFour County Career Center’s 13th Annual Numeracy Challenge was recently held. Forty-two teams of four students from the career and technical education programs at the Career Center competed in mathematical calculations in a timed setting. 2021 Senior 1st place winners – Computer Design/3D Modeling, 2nd place winners – Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 3rd place winners – Visual Art & Design; Junior 1st place winners – Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technologies, 2nd place winners – Computer Programming & Game Design, 3rd place winners – Veterinarian Assistant. Winners from Fulton County include, from left, front: Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen); Ashley Creps (Delta); Megan Black (Wauseon); back: Dylan Rash (Pettisville); Spencer Taynor-Goodsite (Delta); Harley Schwarz (Evergreen); and Matthew Pace (Delta). Photo provided