IXL Spring Learning Showdown – Final Results

April 18, 2014

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The final results have been tallied…here are your winners of the 2014 IXL Spring Learning Showdown!

Elementary School

  1. T. Gnann’s class, Concord Christian Academy,  Concord, NH – 173,775
  2. H. Xiong’s 5th grade class, Brookwood Middle School, Genoa City, WI – 152,378
  3. T. McMillan’s class, Gibson Elementary School, Woodland, CA – 132,949
  4. P. Crow’s Morning Class, Chauncey Davis Elementary School, South Bend, WA – 124,545
  5. S. McKinnon’s class, Benton Elementary School, Benton, ME – 104,969
  6. D. Spagnola’s class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, IL – 92,962
  7. H. Hoy’s class, Sope Creek Elementary School, Marietta, GA – 81,399
  8. W. Dascenzo’s class, Rea View Elementary School, Waxhaw, NC – 79,927
  9. R. Languet’s Class, Benton Elementary School, Benton, ME – 79,600
  10. T. Praest’s class, Bannon Creek Elementary School, Sacramento, CA – 75,013

Middle School

  1. K. Viramontes’s 8th grade class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 223,759
  2. K. Viramontes’s 6th grade class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 134,839
  3. K. Viramontes’s 7th grade class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 121,396
  4. D. Morrow’s class, Tropico Middle School, Rosamond, CA – 99,088
  5. M. Rowe’s 715 class, JHS 223, Brooklyn, NY – 88,003
  6. W. Pass’s Room 109 class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, IL – 79,785
  7. A. Cantu-Miller’s 7th grade class, Colegio Ingles, San Pedro, Mexico – 78,783
  8. D. Quiroz’s Math 8th Class, Instituto San Roberto, Monterrey, Mexico – 78,665
  9. J. Narro’s 7B Algebra class, Colegio Ingles, San Pedro, Mexico – 75,296
  10. W. Pass’s Room 110 class, Eli Whitney Elementary School, Chicago, IL – 63,997

High School

  1. E. Gómez Junco’s 9th Grade class, Instituto San Roberto, Monterrey, Mexico – 220,354
  2. M. Aravamudham’s class, John Hay High School, Cleveland, OH – 102,263
  3. R. Webber’s Challenge class, Canby High School, Canby, OR – 92,534
  4. K. Campbell’s class, Clayton High School, Clayton, NJ – 48,558
  5. L. Mondestin’s Algebra I Honors class, Orange Preparatory Academy, Orange, NJ – 44,284
  6. L. Neuberger’s class, Weld Central High School, Keenesburg, CO – 34,356
  7. S. Williams’s Third Hour Class, Kirksville High School, Kirksville MO – 31,466
  8. S. Andrew’s 3nd Geometry class, Avery County High School, Newland, NC – 29,368
  9. R. Webber’s Period 4 class, Canby High School, Canby, OR – 27,558
  10. S. Williams’s 2nd Hour Class, Kirksville High School, Kirksville MO – 26,969

Congrats to the winners and to all participants for completing a staggering amount of over 45.7 million problems in the past month. The top three winning classes in each category has won a pizza party. Savor the sweet taste of victory—you’ve earned it!

See how the contest progressed through the previous weeks’ rankings here: Week 1 RankingsWeek 2 RankingsWeek 3 Rankings, Week 4 Rankings.

View our original post for complete details on the contest.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Thomas April 19, 2014 at 9:48 am

They did good

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Thomas April 19, 2014 at 9:49 am

Middle School and High school did very good.

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indiya April 22, 2014 at 2:38 pm

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Mr. C'deBaca April 28, 2014 at 4:48 pm

How can I find how my class did in the contest?

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The IXL Blog April 29, 2014 at 10:14 am

Hi, Mr. C’deBaca. Due to the high number of classes registered for the Spring Learning Showdown, we are unable to post rankings for each one. You can use the Class Usage Report (http://www.ixl.com/reports/usage/class) to find out how many questions your class has answered during the contest and then use this number to compare how your class is doing to the top ten classes. We hope you and your students had fun during this contest. Thank you for participating!

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james May 21, 2014 at 8:08 am

put me on there!!

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