IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2019 Winners

May 6, 2019

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In the Classroom


What an April! Our Spring Learning Showdown has wrapped up and this was definitely a big month for learning. More than 18,000 classrooms participated in this year’s contest, and so much was accomplished! And now, it’s time to reveal this year’s winners:

Elementary school (grades preK-4)

  1. Amy Montoya’s class, McSwain Elementary School, Staunton, Virginia – 11,738 questions per student
  2. Tracy Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, New Hampshire – 7,328 questions per student
  3. Brittany Cox’s class, Lone Tree Elementary, Lone Tree, Iowa – 5,833 questions per student
  4. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, Florida – 5,685 questions per student
  5. Michael Loyko’s class, Quashnet School, Mashpee, Massachusetts – 5,520 questions per student
  6. Lauren Evans’ Evans Math class, Hilldale Elementary, Muskogee, Oklahoma – 5,504 questions per student
  7. Kimberly Scott’s Elementary -1st Grade class, Grand Terrace Elementary School, Grand Terrace, California – 5,104 questions per student
  8. Mafe Maldonado’s Fourth class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida – 4,917 questions per student
  9. Travis Rhodes’ Math 3 class, Crestmont Elementary School, Tuscaloosa, Alabama – 4,295 questions per student
  10. Jamie Lindberg’s class, Pierce Downer Elementary School, Downers Grove, Illinois – 4,277 questions per student
  11. Isabela Martinet’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 4,078 questions per student
  12. Marianne Paras’ class, John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 3,984 questions per student
  13. Lisa Bridgeman’s Childress class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 3,925 questions per student
  14. Lisa Bridgeman’s Bunch class, Plainview School, Rainsville, Alabama – 3,772 questions per student
  15. Hilary Bowden’s Grade 4B class, Soaring Heights Charter School, Jersey City, New Jersey – 3,522 questions per student
  16. Mark Mitchell’s class, Fulmar Road Elementary, Mahopac, New York – 3,436 questions per student
  17. Chris Friedrich’s class, St. John’s Episcopal School, Tampa, Florida – 3,347 questions per student
  18. Amy Chase’s class, Creekside Park Elementary, Anchorage, Alaska – 3,079 questions per student
  19. Danielle Day’s 2018-2019 class, Cornerstone Christian School, Olympia, Washington – 3,017 questions per student
  20. Danielle Chin’s 3/4 class , Clemente Charter School, Huntington Beach, California – 2,953 questions per student

Middle school (grades 5-8)

  1. Cindy Deuz’s class, Red Hill Elementary School, Honolulu, Hawaii – 12,154 questions per student
  2. Brett Lotz’s class, Norwood Creek Elementary School, San Jose, California – 6,852 questions per student
  3. Jacqueline Barlow’s 6th Grade A class, St Fabian Catholic School, Farmington Hills, Michigan – 6,477 questions per student
  4. Erin Sandler’s class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona – 4,835 questions per student
  5. Tonya Bradby’s class, Carter Community Charter, Durham, North Carolina – 4,511 questions per student
  6. Coach Powell’s 1st period class, Pike County Board of Education, Troy, Alabama – 4,342 questions per student
  7. Shelly Godwin’s Math 7 Aldridge class, Webster County Schools, Preston, Georgia – 4,201 questions per student
  8. Jose Barron’s 8.A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 4,123 questions per student
  9. Dunae Perry’s 4/5th Grade Girls class, One-on-One Learning, Miami, Florida – 3,711 questions per student
  10. Brian Houg’s IXL class, Blossom Hill Elementary School, Los Gatos, California – 3,503 questions per student
  11. Jose Barron’s 8.B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 3,500 questions per student
  12. Christopher Lyons’ class, Carter Community Charter, Durham, North Carolina – 3,465 questions per student
  13. Shelly Godwin’s Math 8 Godwin class, Webster County Schools, Preston, Georgia – 3,257 questions per student
  14. Jurate Wolf’s 209 class, Rachel Carson Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois – 3,243 questions per student
  15. Shelly Godwin’s Math 8 Mosley class, Webster County Schools, Preston, Georgia – 3,205 questions per student
  16. Thomas Hornstein’s Mathematics 05 class, Cedar Hill Elementary School, Warwick, Rhode Island – 3,063 questions per student
  17. Todd Tidgren’s 3rd 6th grade class, Carroll Middle School, Carroll, Iowa – 3,051 questions per student
  18. Scott Fulton’s 7th Grade class, DeWitt Clinton Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois – 3,013 questions per student
  19. Stephanie Tamelleo’s Block D class, Douglas Middle School, Douglas, Massachusetts – 2,913 questions per student
  20. Debra Lapointe’s Mathematics 05 class, Cedar Hill Elementary School, Warwick, Rhode Island – 2,888 questions per student

High school (grades 9-12)

  1. Kennan Goodman’s Mr. Goodman Genius Class, Hopewell High, Huntersville, North Carolina – 5,242 questions per student
  2. Jose Barron’s 9.B class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 5,186 questions per student
  3. Jose Barron’s 9.A class, Liceo Anglo Frances de Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico – 3,723 questions per student
  4. Bettye Thompson’s College Al2 class, Collins High School, Collins, Mississippi – 3,546 questions per student
  5. Nick Sterrett’s Eng. 1H- 3 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 3,421 questions per student
  6. Lucas Gagne’s A1 H class, Cornerstone Christian Academy, Willoughby, Ohio – 3,123 questions per student
  7. Nick Sterrett’s Eng. 1A- 7 class, Palma School, Salinas, California – 2,367 questions per student
  8. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1 – 3rd hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 2,209 questions per student
  9. Chris Lawson’s Honors Geometry class, North Stafford High School, Stafford, Virginia – 1,890 questions per student
  10. Caitlin King’s 10H 4th class, Banning High School, Banning, California – 1,758 questions per student
  11. Chris Kosiorek’s 5th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 1,429 questions per student
  12. Jennifer Nowicki’s 2nd/3rd Hour class, Melvindale High School, Melvindale, Michigan – 1,358 questions per student
  13. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1- 1st hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 1,292 questions per student
  14. Chris Kosiorek’s 7th class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio – 1,189 questions per student
  15. Gwen Stelle’s Geom 1st class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 1,104 questions per student
  16. Cindy Moore’s PR 5 Algebra II class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska – 1,005 questions per student
  17. Brandi Adams’ Algebra II Academic (CG) class, St. Charles Catholic School, LaPlace, Louisiana – 999 questions per student
  18. Kayleigh Winans’ Algebra 1 -5th hour class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma – 999 questions per student
  19. Judy Powell’s 4th HONORS GEO (Spr 19) class, Telfair County High School, McRae, Georgia – 994 questions per student
  20. Chris Lawson’s Algebra STAT class, North Stafford High School, Stafford, Virginia – 937 questions per student

 

The top three classes in each grade band will enjoy a pizza party courtesy of IXL. Congratulations to our winners and everyone who participated! We hope you enjoyed learning new things on IXL this past month—you should be proud of all your hard work!

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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