Lyon College's annual Academic Day, a regional math and science competition co-sponsored by the Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics will be on Saturday, March 2, on Lyon’s campus. Winners in the math portion will advance to the state competition, while all winners will receive recognition, awards, and scholarship consideration.
Check-in starts at 8:45 a.m., and testing begins at 10 a.m. Sponsors need to register students by February 22. Information is online at https://www.lyon.edu/academic-day or by calling Kristi Price, regional coordinator, at 870-307-7494.
"Academic Day at Lyon College is an esteemed competition where students can flex their mathematical and scientific muscle, while also experiencing a slice of college life and an overall very fun day,” said Price. “We encourage all regional junior and senior high students to get registered!"
The competition is open to any 7th-12th grader. Students need to contact their classroom math and science teachers or school guidance counselors or academic coaches. Students must be sponsored by their school.
Free lunch will be provided, and students are invited to participate in Spring Fest happening on campus that day. There will be live bands and food trucks.
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