IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2016 Winners

Find out which classes won the contest!

May 4, 2016

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In the Classroom

Nearly 15,000 classrooms entered our Spring Learning Showdown, and students collectively answered over 113 million questions. That’s a lot of learning! And now, (drumroll), it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for: time to announce the winners!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary School (grade PreK–4) 

  1. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, FL – 9,341 questions per student
  2. Donna Nixon’s class, Braden River Elementary, Bradenton, FL – 8,278 questions per students
  3. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, NH – 7,569 questions per student
  4. Matthew Laho’s class, CLK Elementary, Calumet, MI – 6,970 questions per student
  5. Ken Mol’s class, Ridge Park Charter Academy, Grand Rapids, MI – 5,635 questions per student
  6. Jenna Young’s second grade class, Bear Valley Elementary School, Moreno Valley, CA – 5,599 questions per student
  7. Mona Duncan’s fourth grade class, Paramount Jr. High School, Boligee, AL – 5,380 questions per student
  8. Linda Lemons’ class, Galatia Grade School, Galatia, IL – 5,177 questions per student
  9. Abigail Davis’ class, Clinton Central Elementary, Michagantown, IN – 4,925 questions per student
  10. Kyle Reeves’ class, MSD Warren Township, Indianapolis, IN – 4,611 questions per student
  11. Jyme Beth Powell’s class, Checotah Intermediate School, Checotah, OK – 4,446 questions per student
  12. Rick Gabler’s class, Jeffrey Clark School, Mickleton, NJ – 4,322 questions per student
  13. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School, Tampa, FL – 4,268 questions per student
  14. Gina Marchionda-Schneider’s class, Lakeshore Elementary School, Fond du Lac, WI – 4,202 questions per student
  15. Regina Marie Muna’s Math 4 class, Noblesse International School, Angeles City, Philippines – 4,180 questions per student
  16. Mary Pekkala’s class, St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School, Tampa, FL – 4,180 questions per student
  17. Jasmine Sadler’s class, Chesnut Charter Elementary School, Dunwoody, GA – 4,011 questions per student
  18. Diana Ruiz’s class, Colegio Ingles, San Pedro, Mexico – 3,738 questions per student
  19. Amanda Wheeler’s class, Northpoint Christian School, Southaven, MS – 3,517 questions per student
  20. Marianne Paras’ class, St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School, Tampa, FL – 3,443 questions per student

 

Middle School (5–8) 

  1. Kalynn Viramontes’ 6th Grade Boys class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 10,473 questions per student
  2. Kalynn Viramontes’ 6th Grade Girls class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 9,495 questions per student
  3. Kalynn Viramontes’ Algebra class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 8,806 questions per student
  4. Brian Linquist’s Hour 4 class, Pleasant Lea Middle School, Lee’s Summit, MO – 8,214 questions per student
  5. Brenda Foster’s class, St. Paul Elementary & Middle School, Saint Paul, AR – 6,952 questions per student
  6. Jilleen Flynn’s class, Warwick Valley Middle School, Warwick, NY – 6,031 questions per student
  7. Kalynn Viramontes’ 7th Grade Math class, RCMA Leadership Academy, Wimauma, FL – 5,945 questions per student
  8. Jessica Weber’s class, Two Springs Elementary, Bellevue, NE – 5,865 questions per student
  9. Katrina Verge’s 7th grade class, East Middle School, Tullahoma, TN – 5,500 questions per student
  10. Joe Solomon’s class, St. Mary School, Charlevoix, MI – 5,029 questions per student
  11. Elayne Santos’ 707 class, JHS 80 Isobel Rooney, Bronx, NY – 4,900 questions per student
  12. Brandy Tipps’ ELA 4.0 class, East Middle School, Tullahoma, TN – 4,142 questions per student
  13. Ashley Holton’s Period 5 class, Valley Middle School, Oakland, NJ – 4,136 questions per student
  14. Ashlee Dixon’s 5th Grade Math #1, Montpelier Elementary School, Montpelier, IN – 4,134 questions per student
  15. Mafe Maldonado’s fifth class, Montessori Academy – 4,124 questions per student
  16. Alyson Stiles’ class, Riverview Middle School, Rio Vista, CA – 3,976 questions per student
  17. Danira Ortiz’s class, Calcutt Middle School, Central Falls, RI – 3,945 questions per student
  18. Ashlee Dixon’s 6th Grade Math, Montpelier Elementary School, Montpelier, IN – 3,744 questions per student
  19. Melissa Rizza’s Section 8 class, ACES Thomas Edison Middle School, Meriden, CT – 3,736 questions per student
  20. Ashlee Dixon’s 5th Grade Math #2, Montpelier Elementary School, Montpelier, IN – 3,718 questions per student

 

High School (grades 9–12)

  1. Kevin Rawson’s class, Palma School, Salinas, CA – 2,044 questions per student
  2. Mary Lingenfelter’s Algebra 2 class, Wausa Public School, Wausa, NE – 1,645 questions per student
  3. Brian Thornton’s Y9M class, Maple Bear Canadian School Niteroi, Niteroi, Brazil, 1,471 questions per student
  4. Ramona White’s Geometry 4th class, Zwolle High School, Zwolle, LA – 1,470 questions per student
  5. Ramona White’s Geometry First class, Zwolle High School, Zwolle, LA –  1,455 questions per student
  6. Elizabeth Thompson’s Room 309 class, Walt Disney Magnet School, Chicago, IL – 1,406 questions per student
  7. Ramona White’s Math Ess 4 class, Zwolle High School, Zwolle, LA – 1,137 questions per student
  8. Rod Brenize’s Honors Pre Calc Block 3 class, Manheim Central School, Manheim, PA – 1,108 questions per student
  9. Jose Antonio Barron’s 9B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico — 1,051 questions per student
  10. Jose Antonio Barron’s 9C class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico — 1,027 questions per student
  11. Jose Antonio Barron’s 9A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico — 1,012 questions per student
  12. Sarah Baker’s Geometry Support class, Bayless High School, St. Louis, MO — 1,003 questions per student
  13. Ramona White’s Math Ess 2 class, Zwolle High School, Zwolle, LA – 982.46 questions per student
  14. Krishaun Adams’ 2nd Block class, Dixie High School, Due West, SC – 982.45 questions per student
  15. Tia Shamoon’s Period 3 class, Clinton Jr. High School, Clinton, AR — 981.8 questions per student
  16. Elizabeth Thompson’s Room 304 class, Walt Disney Magnet School, Chicago, IL – 948 questions per student
  17. Catherine Spaulding’s Eng 2 class, Pleasant Hill Adventist Academy, Pleasant Hill, CA — 925 questions per student
  18. Tammy Robbins’ ELA 7A class, Crothersville Junior-Senior High School, Crothersville, IN – 918 questions per student
  19. John Koket’s 3rd Period class, Person High School, Roxboro, NC — 906 questions per student
  20. Kory Schweiss’ 5th hour Algebra 1B class, Central R-3 High School, Park Hills, MO – 900 questions per student

 

The top three classes in each grade band will enjoy a pizza party courtesy of IXL. A big congratulations to our winners—and to all of our participants! We’re blown away by your hard work and hope you enjoyed your time practicing and mastering new skills on IXL.

For more information on this contest, read our original post here.

Due to the large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

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