Huntsville, AL, September 09, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Dean created PerennialMath to offer students more venues to display their talents and to help teachers develop math skills in their classroom.
PerennialMath has three types of competition for students in grades 3-12: An online competition with two separate seasons to choose from; Live tournaments hosted at colleges or schools; and WebEx Virtual tournaments for classrooms.
Math students are COOL and are recognized with our monthly Wall of Fame, cool dog tags for champions, and certificates for all competitors. Math coaches are better prepared because they receive Power Points based on specific types of questions that provide students good solid practice.
The fresh and interactive website is launched to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on high school math competition and elementary math competition and other important details that help people to make an informed decision.
The new website has several separate sections that are easy to navigate. It is completely user friendly, convenient, unique and designed to enhance the experience of users.
The website has many sections, such as:
· Online Competition
· On-site tournaments
· Virtual tournaments
One more thing, PerennialMath Tournaments are live tournaments where students meet at a facility and take 2 tests in order to receive individual and team awards. These are held at college campuses for anyone to attend or schools that want to host an event just for their school, school system, or other invited participants. For more information, please visit us.
For more information about online math competition, online math contest, high school math competition, elementary math competition, etc., please visit their interactive website.
Dr. Sylvia Dean, a gifted specialist and administrator for 26 years in Huntsville, Alabama - the Rocket City (proud home of NASA, Space Camp, Redstone Arsenal, and many Space, Defense, and Technological Companies), created PerennialMath. Dr. Dean created PerennialMath to offer students more venues to display their talents and to help teachers develop math skills in their classroom.