IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2019: Leaderboard Update #1

April 12, 2019

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This year’s Spring Learning Showdown is in full swing and we’re over the moon about all your hard work! As promised, we’ve got the first update on who’s currently in the lead, with the top 20 classes in each grade band*. Remember, there’s still time to answer questions, master skills (at least 3 per student!), and win that pizza party.

Elementary school (grades preK-4)

  1. Amy Montoya’s class, Mcswain Elementary School, Staunton, Virginia – 3,869 questions per student
  2. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, New Hampshire – 3,802 questions per student
  3. Mafe Maldonado’s Fourth class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 2,553 questions per student
  4. Michael Loyko’s class, Quashnet School, Mashpee, Massachusetts – 2,109 questions per student
  5. Brittany Cox’s class, Lone Tree Elementary, Lone Tree, Iowa – 2,104 questions per student
  6. Jamie Lindberg’s class, Pierce Downer, Downers Grove, Illinois – 2,047 questions per student
  7. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 1,957 questions per student
  8. John Howell’s class, Tioga Hills Elementary, Vestal, New York – 1,918 questions per student
  9. Lisa Bridgeman’s Bunch class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 1,680 questions per student
  10. Danielle Chin’s 3/4 class, Clemente Charter School, Huntington Beach, California – 1,630 questions per student
  11. Jaclyn Santamaria’s class, WBES24, Woodbridge, New Jersey – 1,564 questions per student
  12. Travis Rhodes’ Math 3 class, Crestmont Elementary School, Tuscaloosa, Alabama – 1,525 questions per student
  13. Lisa Bridgeman’s Childress class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 1,477 questions per student
  14. Hilary Bowden’s Grade 4B class, Soaring Heights Charter School, Jersey City, New Jersey – 1,441 questions per student
  15. Will Kurtz’s class, Chadbourne Elementary School, Fremont, California – 1,353 questions per student
  16. Kimberly Scott’s Elementary -1st Grade class, Grand Terrace Elementary School, Grand Terrace, California – 1,346 questions per student
  17. Ofelia Kooyenga’s class, Grove Avenue School, Barrington, Illinois – 1,339 questions per student
  18. Lisa Minery’s class, Lyncrest School, Fair Lawn, New Jersey – 1,309 questions per student
  19. Waffaa Singer’s class, Alhuda School, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania – 1,299 questions per student
  20. Lisa Bridgeman’s Bridgeman class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 1,282 questions per student

Middle school (grades 5-8)

  1. Cindy Deuz’s class, Red Hill Elementary School, Honolulu, Hawaii – 3,435 questions per student
  2. Tonya Bradby’s class, Carter Community Charter, Durham, North Carolina – 3,142 questions per student
  3. Jacqueline Barlow’s 6th Grade A class, St Fabian Catholic School, Farmington Hills, Michigan – 2,944 questions per student
  4. Brett Lotz’s class, Norwood Creek Elementary School, San Jose, California – 2,603 questions per student
  5. Marie Comeaux’s 6th Grade class, St. Peter Catholic School, Reserve, Louisiana – 2,527 questions per student
  6. Christopher Lyons’ class, Carter Community Charter, Durham, North Carolina – 2,475 questions per student
  7. Mindy Liesener’s 6th Block class, Margaret B Pollard Middle School, Pittsboro, North Carolina – 2,232 questions per student
  8. Jennifer Osterman’s Afternoon 2018-2019 class, Ventnor Middle School, Ventnor, New Jersey – 2,093 questions per student
  9. Todd Tidgren’s 3rd 6th grade class, Carroll Middle School, Carroll, Iowa – 2,003 questions per student
  10. Dunae Perry’s 4/5th Grade Girls class, One-on-One Learning, Miami, Florida – 1,693 questions per student
  11. Brian Houg’s IXL Class, Blossom Hill Elementary, Los Gatos, California – 1,639 questions per student
  12. Heidi Helstrom’s Block C class, Douglas Middle School, Douglas, Massachusetts – 1,628 questions per student
  13. Amy Owens’ Owens Homeroom class, Parker Intermediate Center, McAlester, Oklahoma – 1,581 questions per student
  14. Coach Powell’s 1st period class, Pike County Board of Education, Troy, Alabama – 1,555 questions per student
  15. Scott Fulton’s 7th Grade class, DeWitt Clinton Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois – 1,526 questions per student
  16. Coach Powell’s 2nd period class, Pike County Board of Education, Troy, Alabama – 1,444 questions per student
  17. Stephanie Tamelleo’s Block C class, Douglas Middle School, Douglas, Massachusetts – 1,393 questions per student
  18. Mindy Liesener’s 4th Block class, Margaret B Pollard Middle, Pittsboro, North Carolina – 1,381 questions per student
  19. Mindy Liesener’s 7th Block class, Margaret B Pollard Middle, Pittsboro, North Carolina – 1,365 questions per student
  20. Sheela Martin’s 8th Grade Algebra 1 2018-2019 class, Fort Valley Middle School, Fort Valley, Georgia – 1,318 questions per student

High school (grades 9-12)

  1. Nick Sterrett’s Eng. 1H- 3 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 1,724 questions per student
  2. Lucas Gagne’s A1 H class, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Willoughby, Ohio – 1,341 questions per student
  3. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1 – 3rd hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 992 questions per student
  4. Nick Sterrett’s Eng. 1A- 7 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 873 questions per student
  5. Cindy Moore’s PR 5 Algebra II class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska – 730 questions per student
  6. Caitlin King’s 10H 4th class, Banning High School, Banning, California – 664 questions per student
  7. Kayleigh Winans’s Algebra 1- 1st hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 613 questions per student
  8. Chris Lawson’s Honors Geometry class, North Stafford High School, Stafford, Virginia – 582 questions per student
  9. Brandi Adams’ Algebra II Academic (CG) class, St. Charles Catholic School, LaPlace, Louisiana – 549 questions per student
  10. Gwen Stelle’s Geom 1st class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 505 questions per student
  11. Chris Kosiorek’s 7th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 500 questions per student
  12. Chris Kosiorek’s 5th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 493 questions per student
  13. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 3 – 2nd hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 488 questions per student
  14. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1 -5th hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 471 questions per student
  15. Jennifer Nowicki’s 2nd/3rd Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 452 questions per student
  16. Gwen Stelle’s Geom 6th class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 440 questions per student
  17. Brandi Adams’ Algebra II Academic (AF) class, St. Charles Catholic School, LaPlace, Louisiana – 427 questions per student
  18. Chris Kosiorek’s 3rd class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 412 questions per student
  19. Chris Kosiorek’s 4th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 406 questions per student
  20. Chukwunyerem Brown’s 1st / 6th Period Geometry class, Nova High School, Davie, Florida – 389 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. For contest rules and FAQs, see our original post. And if you have any further questions, send an email to contests@ixl.com!

*Results as of April 10, 2019, 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time. Due to large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

 

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