IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2016: Leaderboard Update #2

Will your class finish in the Top 3?

April 22, 2016

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In the Classroom

We’re nearing the finish line for this year’s Spring Showdown, and your classes continue impressing us with their dedication and drive to win! Here’s the second leaderboard update—take a look to see if your class is in the Top 20*!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary School (grades PreK–4)

  1. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, NH – 6,362 questions per student
  2. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, FL – 5,203 questions per student
  3. Donna Nixon’s class, Braden River Elementary, Bradenton, FL – 4,226 questions per students
  4. Matthew Laho’s class, CLK Elementary, Calumet, MI – 3,806 questions per student
  5. Linda Lemons’ class, Galatia Grade School, Galatia, IL -3,389 questions per student
  6. Mary Pekkala’s class, St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School, Tampa, FL – 3,348 questions per student
  7. Abigail Davis’ class, Clinton Central Elementary, Michagantown, IN – 3,316 questions per student
  8. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School, Tampa, FL – 3,159 questions per student
  9. Jenna Young’s second grade class, Bear Valley Elementary School, Moreno Valley, CA – 3,087 questions per student
  10. Diana Ruiz’s class, Colegio Ingles, San Pedro, Mexico – 2,799 questions per student
  11. Rebekah Dozier’s Blue class, Coles Ferry Elementary, Lebanon, TN – 2,666 questions per student
  12. Jyme Beth Powell’s class, Checotah Intermediate, Checotah, OK – 2,664 questions per student
  13. Regina Marie Muna’s Math 4 class, Noblesse International School, Angeles City, Philippines – 2,651 questions per student
  14. Pam Wimer’s Grade 3 class, St. Mary’s School, Moscow, Idaho – 2,640 questions per student
  15. Marianne Paras’ class, St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School, Tampa, FL – 2,631 questions per student
  16. Kyle Reeves’ class, MSD Warren Township, Indianapolis, IN – 2,558 questions per student
  17. Robert Smith’s class, Brodgen Primary School, Mt. Olive, NC – 2,489 questions per student
  18. Rick Gabler’s class, Jeffrey Clark School, Mickleton, NJ – 2,457 questions per student
  19. Jan Ben-Rajab’s class, Mililani Mauka Elementary, Mililani, HI – 2,401 questions per student
  20. Gina Marchionda-Schneider’s class, Lakeshore Elementary School, Fond du Lac, WI – 2,373 questions per student

Middle School (grades 5–8)

  1. Kalynn Viramontes’ 6th Grade Girls class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 5,664 questions per student
  2. Kalynn Viramontes’ 6th Grade Boys class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 5,437 questions per student
  3. Kalynn Viramontes’ Algebra class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 5,045 questions per student
  4. Elayne Santos’ 707 class, JHS 80 Isobel Rooney, Bronx, NY – 4,436 questions per student
  5. Kalynn Viramontes’ 7th Grade Math class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 3,840 questions per student
  6. Mafe Maldonado’s Fifth class, Montessori Academy (grades 3-5) – 3,520 questions per student
  7. Joe Solomon’s class, St. Mary School, Charlevoix, MI – 3,465 questions per student
  8. Jessica Weber’s class, Two Springs Elementary, Bellevue, NE – 3,462 questions per student
  9. Brenda Foster’s class, St. Paul Elementary & Middle School, Saint Paul, AR – 3,319 questions per student
  10. Katrina Verge’s 7th grade class, East Middle School, Tullahoma, TN – 2,966 questions per student
  11. Melissa Rizza’s Section 8 class, ACES Thomas Edison Middle School, Meriden, CT – 2,892 questions per student
  12. Danira Ortiz’s class, Calcutt Middle School, Central Falls, RI – 2,824 questions per student
  13. Ashlee Dixon’s 5th Grade Math #1, Montpelier Elementary School, Montpelier, IN – 2,727 questions per student
  14. Elayne Santos’ 706 class, JHS 80 Isobel Rooney, Bronx, NY – 2,705 questions per student
  15. Susan Lafferty’s 1st Period class, Montverde Academy, Montverde, FL – 2,696 questions per student
  16. Alyson Stiles’ class, Riverview Middle School, Rio Vista, CA – 2,640 questions per student
  17. Michelle Wilcox’s class, Cordelia Hills Elementary School, Fairfield, CA – 2,498 questions per student
  18. Eileen Marinacci’s class, Hite Saunders Elementary School, Huntington, WV – 2,485 questions per student
  19. Ashlee Dixon’s 5th Grade Math #2, Montpelier Elementary School, Montpelier, IN – 2,403 questions per student
  20. Nathan Smith’s 6th Grade class, The Human Experience Orlando, Orlando, FL – 2,395 questions per student

High School (grades 9–12)

  1. Kevin Rawson’s class, Palma School, Salinas, CA – 1,623 questions per student
  2. Mary Lingenfelter’s Algebra 2 class, Wausa Public School, Wausa, NE – 1,561 questions per student
  3. Elizabeth Thompson’s Room 309 class, Walt Disney Magnet School, Chicago, IL – 1,030 questions per student
  4. Ramona White’s Geometry First class, Zwolle High School, Zwolle, LA – 833 questions per student
  5. Kathy Rolfs’ 9th grade F Block class, Maclay School, Tallahassee, FL – 785 questions per student
  6. Kathy Rolfs’ 9th Grade A Block class, Maclay School, Tallahassee, FL – 779 questions per student
  7. Tammy Robbins’ ELA 7A class, Crothersville Junior-Senior High School – Crothersville, IN – 766 questions per student
  8. Ramona White’s Geometry 4th class, Zwolle High School, Zwolle, LA – 752 questions per student
  9. Nicole Metzgar’s ELA LV10 class, Tanalian School, Port Alsworth, AK — 746 questions per student
  10. Diane Ashour’s 9G class, The Highlands School, Irving, TX – 690 questions per student
  11. Kory Schweiss’ 5th hour Algebra 1B class, Central R-3 High School, Park Hills, MO – 686 questions per student
  12. Kory Schweiss’ 3rd hour Algebra class, Central R-3 High School, Park Hills, MO – 684 questions per student
  13. Rod Brenize’s Honors Pre Calc Block 3 class, Manheim Central School, Manheim, PA – 672.6 questions per student
  14. Mary Gardner’s class, Craven Early College, New Bern, NC — 672.0 questions per student
  15. Kory Schweiss’ 2nd hour Algebra class, Central R-3 High School, Park Hills, MO – 664 questions per student
  16. Elizabeth Thompson’s Room 304 class, Walt Disney Magnet School, Chicago, IL – 658 questions per student
  17. Kathy Rolfs’ British Lit class, Maclay School, Tallahassee, FL – 641 questions per student
  18. Krishaun Adams’ 1st Block class, Dixie High School, Due West, SC – 637 questions per student
  19. Tia Shamoon’s Period 3 class, Clinton Jr. High School, Clinton, AR — 628 questions per student
  20. Charlette Barnes’s Strategies for Success class, Lumberton High School, Lumberton, NC — 626 questions per student

There’s just a little over a week left in the contest: the last day is April 30. So, encourage your class to finish strong and win that pizza party!

If you haven’t already, register your classroom here by April 30, and read the full contest rules and FAQs in our original post. If you have any further questions, send an email to ixl-info@ixl.com.

 

*Results as of April 21, 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time. Due to the large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

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