IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2019: Leaderboard Update #2

April 18, 2019

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In the Classroom

The Spring Showdown is in full swing and we continue to be amazed by all your hard work! Without further ado, here is our second leaderboard update, with the top 20 classes in each grade band*. Word to the wise: this is your last chance to check out the standings before the competition ends on April 30!

Elementary school (grades preK-4)

  1. Amy Montoya’s class, Mcswain Elementary School, Staunton, Virginia – 7,094 questions per student
  2. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, New Hampshire – 5,534 questions per student
  3. Brittany Cox’s class, Lone Tree Elementary, Lone Tree, Iowa – 3,583 questions per student
  4. Mafe Maldonado’s Fourth class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 3,550 questions per student
  5. Kimberly Scott’s Elementary -1st Grade class, Grand Terrace Elementary School, Grand Terrace, California – 3,246 questions per student
  6. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, Florida – 3,173 questions per student
  7. Lauren Evans’ class, Hilldale Elementary, Muskogee, Oklahoma – 2,980 questions per student
  8. Jamie Lindberg’s class, Pierce Downer Elementary, Downers Grove, Illinois – 2,894 questions per student
  9. Michael Loyko’s class, Quashnet School, Mashpee, Massachusetts – 2,717 questions per student
  10. Lisa Bridgeman’s Bunch class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 2,617 questions per student
  11. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 2,600 questions per student
  12. Lisa Bridgeman’s Childress class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 2,511 questions per student
  13. John Howell’s class, Tioga Hills Elementary, Vestal, New York – 2,393 questions per student
  14. Travis Rhodes’s Math 3 class, Crestmont Elementary School, Tuscaloosa, Alabama – 2,313 questions per student
  15. Danielle Chin’s 3/4 class, Clemente Charter School, Huntington Beach, California – 2,193 questions per student
  16. Jaclyn Santamaria’s class, WBES24, Woodbridge, New Jersey – 2,147 questions per student
  17. Taylor Cornelison’s class, Seymour Elementary School, Seymour, Missouri – 2,046 questions per student
  18. Arlene Velez’s class, Kinnan Elementary, Myakka City, Florida – 2,033 questions per student
  19. Lisa Bridgeman’s Bridgeman class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 2,022 questions per student
  20. Isabela Martinet’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 1,954 questions per student

Middle school (grades 5-8)

  1. Cindy Deuz’s class, Red Hill Elementary School, Honolulu, Hawaii – 7,408 questions per student
  2. Jacqueline Barlow’s 6th Grade A class, St Fabian Catholic School, Farmington Hills, Michigan – 4,629 questions per student
  3. Brett Lotz’s class, Norwood Creek Elementary School, San Jose, California – 4,447 questions per student
  4. Tonya Bradby’s class, Carter Community Charter, Durham, North Carolina – 4,243 questions per student
  5. Christopher Lyons’ class, Carter Community Charter, Durham, North Carolina – 3,280 questions per student
  6. Dunae Perry’s 4/5th Grade Girls class, One-on-One Learning, Miami, Florida – 2,976 questions per student
  7. Marie Comeaux’s 6th Grade class, St. Peter Catholic School, Reserve, Louisiana – 2,744 questions per student
  8. Coach Powell’s 1st period class, Pike County Board of Education, Troy, Alabama – 2,719 questions per student
  9. Erin Sandler’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 2,528 questions per student
  10. Todd Tidgren’s 3rd 6th grade class, Carroll Middle School, Carroll, Iowa – 2,508 questions per student
  11. Jennifer Osterman’s Osterman Afternoon 2018-2019 class, Middle, Ventnor Middle School, New Jersey – 2,408 questions per student
  12. Mindy Liesener’s 6th Block class, Margaret B Pollard Middle, Pittsboro, North Carolina – 2,362 questions per student
  13. Brian Houg’s IXL Class, Blossom Hill Elementary, Los Gatos, California – 2,341 questions per student
  14. Coach Powell’s 2nd period class, Pike County Board of Education, Troy, Alabama – 2,209 questions per student
  15. Scott Fulton’s 7th Grade class, DeWitt Clinton Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois – 2,163 questions per student
  16. Elizabeth Hughes’ 5th Grade class, Mountain View Middle School, Mountain View, Arkansas – 2,158 questions per student
  17. Helen Price’s 3rd Period Pre-Alg 6th Grade class, Roanoke Catholic School, Roanoke, Virginia – 1,973 questions per student
  18. Amy Owens’s Owens Homeroom class, Parker Intermediate Center, McAlester, Oklahoma – 1,920 questions per student
  19. Shelly Godwin’s Math 8 Godwin class, Webster County Schools, Preston, Georgia – 1,832 questions per student
  20. Heidi Helstrom’s Block C class, Douglas Middle School, Douglas, Massachusetts – 1,811 questions per student

High school (grades 9-12)

  1. Lucas Gagne’s A1 H class, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Willoughby, Ohio – 2,274 questions per student
  2. Nick Sterrett’s Eng. 1H- 3 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 1,958 questions per student
  3. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1 – 3rd hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 1,242 questions per student
  4. Nick Sterrett’s Eng. 1A- 7 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 1,241 questions per student
  5. Caitlin King’s 10H 4th class, Banning High School, Banning, California – 1,134 questions per student
  6. Brandi Adams’ Algebra II Academic (CG) class, St. Charles Catholic School, LaPlace, Louisiana – 989 questions per student
  7. Chris Lawson’s Honors Geometry class, North Stafford High School, Stafford, Virginia – 950 questions per student
  8. Chris Kosiorek’s 5th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 938 questions per student
  9. Chris Kosiorek’s 7th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 830 questions per student
  10. Jennifer Nowicki’s 2nd/3rd Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 763 questions per student
  11. Cindy Moore’s PR 5 Algebra II class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska – 757 questions per student
  12. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1- 1st hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 751 questions per student
  13. Gwen Stelle’s Geom 1st class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 743 questions per student
  14. Brandi Adams’ Algebra II Academic (AF) class, St. Charles Catholic School, LaPlace, Louisiana – 697 questions per student
  15. Chris Kosiorek’s 4th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 660 questions per student
  16. Gwen Stelle’s Geom 6th class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 657 questions per student
  17. Brandi Adams’ Algebra II Honors (B) class, St. Charles Catholic School, LaPlace, Louisiana – 626 questions per student
  18. Chris Kosiorek’s 3rd class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 619 questions per student
  19. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 3 – 2nd hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 572 questions per student
  20. Gwen Stelle’s Alg II 5th class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 564 questions per student

 

The contest runs until April 30, and winners will be announced May 6. The top 3 classes in each grade band will receive a pizza party. If you haven’t already, register your class here by April 30 and read the 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 18, 2019, 2:00 a.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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