IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2017: Leaderboard Update #1

The first results are in: See if your class made the top 20!

April 14, 2017

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In the Classroom

The competition has been fast and furious so far, and we’ve got the first update on who’s in the lead! We’ve ranked the top 20 classes in each grade band*, and we’re astounded at all the learning that’s happening right now. There are still more than two weeks left in the contest, which means you’ve got time to make sure you win that pizza party.

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary School (grades PreK–4)

  1. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, NH – 4,547 questions per student
  2. Erika Ellers’s Room 14 class, Homestead Elementary, Eagle River, AK – 3,783 questions per student
  3. Daniel Baker’s class, Benjamin School District No. 25, West Chicago, IL – 2,204 questions per student
  4. Mary Pekkala’s class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, FL – 2,122 questions per student
  5. Amyrose LoMele and Jennifer Huy’s class, Seacrest Country Day School, Naples, FL – 2,108 questions per student
  6. Mafe Maldonado’s Fourth class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, FL – 1,999 questions per student
  7. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, FL – 1,982 questions per student
  8. Joey Reed’s class, Halls High School, Knoxville, TN – 1,770 questions per student
  9. Marianne Paras’ class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, FL – 1,766 questions per student
  10. Mitch Burks’ class, Bay Haven School of Basics Plus, Sarasota, FL – 1,697 questions per student
  11. Amanda Robertson’s 1st Grade class, Cedar Vale Elementary School, Cedar Vale, KS – 1,639 questions per student
  12. Tina Lamirand’s Math AM class, Checotah Intermediate, Checotah, OK – 1,632 questions per student
  13. Renee Martin’s class, The Oakwood School, Greenville, NC – 1,598 questions per student
  14. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, FL – 1,533 questions per student
  15. Hilary Bowden’s class, Soaring Heights Charter School, Jersey City, NJ – 1,477 questions per student
  16. Sara Reinoehl’s class, Bennington Public Schools, Bennington, NE – 1,467 questions per student
  17. Carla Fausti’s class, Colegio Ingles, San Agustin Campestre, Mexico – 1,463 questions per student
  18. Jessica Bigsby’s 4th Grade class, Ione Elementary School, Ione, OR – 1,446 questions per student
  19. Mary Ciani’s class, Furlow Charter School, Americus, GA – 1,404 questions per student
  20. Schuyler Keal’s class, Garfield Elementary School, Clay Center, KS – 1,395 questions per student

Middle School (grades 5–8)

  1. Kalynn Viramontes’ Algebra5 class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 3,809 questions per student
  2. Morgan Garcia’s 7th Grade-Garcia class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 3,567 questions per student
  3. Kalynn Viramontes’ 6th Grade Math Per 5 class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 3,362 questions per student
  4. Morgan Garcia’s 6th Grade-Garcia class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 3,357 questions per student
  5. Allen Chase’s 5/6 Grade class, Canaan Community Academy, Canaan, IN – 3,203 questions per student
  6. Joe Solomon’s class, St. Mary School, Charlevoix, MI – 3,145 questions per student
  7. Mahnaz Zahedi’s Pre-Algebra H class, An-Noor Academy, Piscataway, NJ – 3,052 questions per student
  8. Greg Pellerin’s 7th Grade class, St. John the Baptist Parish, Reserve, LA – 2,994 questions per student
  9. Greg Pellerin’s 6th Grade class, St. John the Baptist Parish, Reserve, LA – 2,974 questions per student
  10. Steve Waggoner’s 7-8 English class, Christian Life Academy, Delavan, IL – 2,958 questions per student
  11. Kalynn Viramontes’ 7th Grade Per 2 class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 2,915 questions per student
  12. Kalynn Viramontes’ 7th and 8th Math Per 1 class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 2,892 questions per student
  13. Kalynn Viramontes’ 6th Grade Math Per 4 class, RCMA Charter Schools, Immokalee, FL – 2,766 questions per student
  14. Bryan Carfley’s class, Creek Bridge Middle/High School, Marion, SC – 2,666 questions per student
  15. Ashley Holton’s Period 2 class, Valley Middle School, Oakland, NJ – 2,558 questions per student
  16. Jennifer Osterman’s 6-1 Math 16-17 class, Ventnor Educational Community Complex, Ventnor, NJ – 2,519 questions per student
  17. Phillip Stahl’s 5th Hour class, Dundee Middle School, Dundee, MI – 2,403 questions per student
  18. Mary Bechtold’s class, Royal Palm Elementary, Miami, FL – 2,305 questions per student
  19. Jennifer Fisher’s Block 3 class, Danville Area Middle School, Danville, PA – 2,198 questions per student
  20. Jenifer Spinale’s 6th grade class, St Vincent de Paul School, San Francisco, CA – 2,178 questions per student

High School (grades 9–12)

  1. Erik Batchelder’s Alg3 class, Bob Graham Education Center, Miami Lakes, FL – 1,107 questions per student
  2. Kerry Quillen’s Period 1 Honors Geometry class, RJ Baskett Middle School, Gas City, IN – 934 questions per student
  3. Erik Batchelder’s Geo6 class, Bob Graham Education Center, Miami Lakes, FL – 884 questions per student
  4. Jim Essman’s 2nd hour-Pre-AP Algebra 1 class, Tuckerman High School, Tuckerman, AR – 762
  5. Jose Barron’s 9c class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 708 questions per student
  6. Bettye Thompson’s Algebra II 4th Block class, Collins High School, Collins, MS – 695 questions per student
  7. Helen E Price’s class, Roanoke Catholic School, Roanoke, VA – 677 questions per student
  8. Ellen Rayphand’s 4th Period class, Kagman High School, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands – 631 questions per student
  9. Nick Sterrett’s Eng 1H- 3 class, Palma School, Salinas, CA – 625 questions per student
  10. Bambi Boudreaux’s 3rd Hour Geometry Honors class, Brusly High School, Brusly, LA – 620 questions per student
  11. Michelle Michelson’s Alg1/3rd Per class, Legacy High School, Ocoee, FL – 602 questions per student
  12. Gwen Stelle’s Algebra II 5th class, Minco High School, Minco, OK – 588 questions per student
  13. Hilary Biggers’ 10th Grade class, Richfield School District, Richfield, ID – 576 questions per student
  14. Neil Monaco’s Period 1 class, King Drew Medical Magnet H.S., Los Angeles, CA – 560 questions per student
  15. Margaret Broussard’s P1 Geo Sp 17 class, Early College Academy, Lafayette, LA – 540 questions per student
  16. Jose Barron’s 9a class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 538 questions per student
  17. Sherry Caldwell’s Algebra 1 class, LSSTR Early College, Dallas, TX – 531 questions per student
  18. Lisa Brajdic’s GeometryB class, Roanoke Catholic, Roanoke, VA – 521 questions per student
  19. Neil Monaco’s Period 3 class, King Drew Medical Magnet H.S., Los Angeles, CA – 517 questions per student
  20. Margaret Broussard’s P5 Geo Sp 17 class, Early College Academy, Lafayette, LA – 511 questions per student

The contest runs until April 30, and the top 3 classes in each grade band will receive a 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 contests@ixl.com.

*Results as of April 14, 2:15 p.m. Pacific Time. Results were updated April 14. Due to large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

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