Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS)

The Chesapeake Math Program (CMP) is pleased to announce the results for our teams in the Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS). MOEMS is a yearly math competition held from November through March, with one test administered each month. Schools, home schools, and institutions may participate. The program is centered in the USA, but about two dozen other nations also participate. The two divisions are Elementary and Middle School. The Elementary level is for grades 4-6, and Middle School level is for grades 7-8 (younger students may participate in M Division. This year nearly 78,000 students competed in E and over 18,000 competed in M Division.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Explanation of Awards
II. Homeschool Team, Elementary Level
III. Institute Team, Elementary Level
IV. Homeschool Team, Middle School Level
V. Institute Team, Middle School Level

I. EXPLANATION OF AWARDS

THE LENCHNER MEDAL: Perfect score, 25/25 points, won by the top 0.6% of all students
GOLD PIN: Score in the range 23–25 points (out of 25), won by the top 2% of all students
SILVER PIN: Score in the range 18–22 points (out of 25), won by the top 10% of all students.
COMMENDATION A) Won by the top 20–11% of all students
COMMENDATION B) Won by the top 30–21% of all students
COMMENDATION C) Won by the top 40–31% of all students
PATCHES: Won by all students in the top 50%
SPECIAL NOTICE AWARDS: Won by students for exceptional performance on a specific round
TEAM AWARD GOLD LEVEL: top 10% of all teams in the county
TEAM AWARD SILVER LEVEL: top 20-11% of all teams in the county

II. HOMESCHOOL TEAM, ELEMENTARY LEVEL

WINNER OF THE LENCHNER MEDAL, 25/25 points: Sean Power, grade 5, first place
Only 491 students in the world earned the Lenchner medal this year.

Commendation Level B) Vincent Bond, grade 3, second place on team
Commendation Level C) Patrick Gardiner, grade 5, third place (tie)
Commendation Level C) Lydia Jung grade, 4, third place (tie)
Patch: Grant Miller, grade 4, fourth place
Patch: Megan Lovar, grade 3, fifth place

Special Notice

The following students were unable to take all five rounds, but on the rounds they took, they achieved high scores equivalent in percentages to pins or commendations:

Elizabeth Ludwick, grade 6 (Silver Pin)
Mackenzie Schulthies, grade 4 (Silver Pin)
Mary Feliz, grade 3 (Commendation A)
Alex Wald, grade 3 (Commendation B)
Anson Cook, grade 3 (Commendation B)

III. INSTITUTE TEAM, ELEMENTARY LEVEL

Gold Pin, 24 points: Daniel Yuan, grade 5, first place on team (tie)
Gold Pin, 24 points: Tyler Yup, grade 6, first place on team (tie)
Silver Pin: Mihir Gupta, grade 5, second place
Silver Pin: Faith Cheung, grade 6, third place
Commendation A) Kayla Yup, grade 6, fourth place

Special Notice

The following student was unable to take all five rounds, but on the rounds he took, he achieved an exceptionally high score, the equivalent in percentages to a gold pin

Andrew Chen (Gold pin, and fifth place on team even though he only did 2 rounds)

IV. HOMESCHOOL TEAM, MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL

TEAM AWARD, SILVER LEVEL

Silver Pin: Sean Power, grade 5, first place on team (tie)
Silver Pin: Eva Quittman, grade 7, first place on team (tie)
Silver Pin: Allison Jung, grade 7, second place (tie)
Silver Pin: Peter Roberts, grade 7, second place (tie)
Silver Pin: Mira Subramanian, grade 8, third place
Commendation A) Caitlyn Gardiner, grade 7, fourth place
Commendation A) Fatima Younis, grade 8, fifth place
Commendation A) Maize Booker, grade 7
Commendation B) Noah Zuckman, grade 7
Commendation B) Garrett Miller, grade 7
Commendation C) Olivia Merryman, grade 8
Additional Patches: Joseph Kurek, grade 7; Asmaa Younis, grade 7, Immanuel Blake, grade 7

Special Notice

The following students were unable to take all five rounds, but on the rounds they took, they achieved high scores equivalent in percentages to pins or commendations:

Geoffrey Roberts (Patch)
Kaylie Ludwick (Commendation C)

V. INSTITUTE TEAM, MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL

TEAM AWARD, SILVER LEVEL

Silver Pin: Daniel Yuan, grade 5, first place on team
Silver Pin: Michelle Kim, grade 8, second place (tie)
Silver Pin: Julia Yang, grade 8, second place (tie)
Silver Pin: Tyler Yup, grade 6, third place
Commendation A) Matthew Casertano, grade 5, fourth place
Commendation A) Iris Xue, grade 5, fifth place
Commendation A) Mihir Gupta, grade 5
Commendation B) Jeffrey Tong, grade 5
Commendation C) Emmanuel Odim, grade 5
Commendation C) Kayla Yup, grade 6

Special Notice

The following students were unable to take all five rounds, but on the rounds they took, they achieved high scores equivalent in percentages to pins or commendations:

Andrew Chen, grade 6 (Silver Pin)
Grace Li (Commendation A)