Rhode island Mathematics teachers Association
RI Math League-
During the school year, high school math teams meet to compete/ Teams consist of five students with no more than two seniors per team. Schools may send up to five teams. The same students do not have to compete each time. There are seven different locations giving the meet questions. Playoffs are at the end of the year. For further information, please contact Ray Morin at RIML@cox.net or 1-401-766-7512
Robotics!! Calling all middle and high school robot teams! Join over 50 other RI teams in the FIRST Tech Challenge! We are celebrating our 11th season! http://www.neit.edu/Admissions/FIRST-Tech-Challenge/FIRST-Cost-of-Getting-Started
American Computer Science League administers computer science contests for junior and senior high school students (and now elementary students, too!), publishes a newsletter containing the results of each contest and items of interest and awards prizes (computer equipment, books and trophies) to outstanding students and schools at local and regional levels. The ACSL consists of four divisions to appeal to the varying computing abilities and interests of students. Locally a fifth elementary division has been added. One registration fee allows ALL students at a school to compete. The advisor reports the sum of the 3 or 5 best scores as the team score. Contact Janice Meegan at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website www.acsl.org for more information.
OTHER OFFERINGS FOR STUDENT SUPPORT
ACE Mentoring RI Free After School workshops for high school students exploring areas of interest in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Construction Management. NE Tech has partnered with ACEMentorRI and serves as one of the three locations in the state! http://www.acementorri.org/