4th Grade Team

Woodward North's 4th Grade Team placed 2nd overall in their division of the Cheetah Cup Math Competition.

Students from Woodward North competed in the Cheetah Cup Math Competition held April 27. The annual competition is open to teams of five children who must be in grades 4, 5, or 6. More than 35 teams from Atlanta area schools participated this year.

Woodward's 4th grade math team placed second overall with the 5th grade math team earning third place overall. Fourth-grader George Sloan was in a third place tiebreaker on the 4th grade individual test. Shivam Gupta and Luke Stebbins. placed second and third, respectively, on the 5th grade individual test. 

Woodward North, an elementary school of Woodward Academy, is conveniently located in Johns Creek. The school enrolls more than 250 students from pre-K through sixth grade, providing them with a warm, nurturing environment where every students finds his or her own unique strength and talent.

Students at Woodward North develop a deep respect for difference in a community where diversity is more than skin deep. Peers from a broad array of religious and ethnic backgrounds come together to find opportunities to explore and excel at every level, whatever their interests. At Woodward North, students not only learn about other cultures but experience them daily in their interactions with friends and in their celebrations of special holidays throughout the year including Ramadan, Diwali, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Chinese New Year, NowRuz, and many others.

Learn more about Woodward North by visiting www.woodward.edu/woodward-north.

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