Noetic Math Contest Permission Slip
Dear Parent or Guardian:

We are pleased to tell you that our school will participate in the Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC). NLMC is a national math contest given by Noetic Learning. The purpose of the contest is to inspire young student interest in math and convey the message ‘It is COOL to be good at math!’ to students.

The NLMC contest takes place during your child’s normal math class. Students are given 45 minutes to solve 20 math problems. The top 10% of students will be rewarded and the top 50% of students will be recognized on Noetic Learning’s web site.

Visit the web site ( for additional information about the Noetic Learning Math Contest and for sample contest problems.

We are excited that our school will participate in the Noetic Learning Math Contest. We know that San Tan Charter School’s students will help us to show what San Tan Charter School students know and can do!

The participation is not voluntary, all students will participate. Although we do need your permission to release your student’s name to Noetic Learning in order for their name to be displayed on their website for both the Fall and the Spring Contest.

Noetic Learning will recognize the contest winners by publishing the top 10% of students (name, score, school and state ) and the top 50% of students (name, school and state) on its web site: It is a great honor for your child to be recognized in a national math contest. However, we understand if you do not wish to have your child’s name displayed. In that case, your teacher will assign a code name to your child, such as, ‘student 04’, and enter him/her as ‘student 04’ in the contest.

If you would like your child’s name posted on Noetic’s website, please complete this permission slip by 10/31/2019.

San Tan Teachers
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