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And the Pizza Party Winner is ........

Neithercut Elementary School!!

In late March, Youth Quest at Brownell, Neithercut and Durant-Tuuri-Mott, began a 7 week pilot of the new math software from Neaton Mathematics; Number DNA™. By the end of seven weeks, Ninety-five students had completed 25,931 problems. Wow!. The school with the most correct answers per student was Neithercut Elementary School! Neithercut students completed 303.5 correct problems per student. The victors danced and enjoyed their prize; a pizza party! Congratulations Youth Quest at Neithercut Elementary!

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