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2020 #JEIMathOlympiad registration is now open!
With automation and calculators everywhere we turn, the need to study math is more important than ever before! It develops critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, skills that students need to compete in today's society. JEI welcomes current and former JEI students from grades one through eight to participate in our Math Olympiad on March 14, 2020 where they can put their problem-solving skills to the test. It’s a race against the clock as your child goes head-to-head with students from around the country to answer 30 math problems in under an hour. Questions will be divided by grade levels and are based on JEI’s Problem Solving Math curriculum. Students can see how well they have honed their critical thinking, reasoning, logic, and mathematical knowledge by solving as many practical problems correctly on the Math Olympiad. REGISTRATION DATES Early Registration: January 15th - January 31st Standard Registration: February 1st - March 9th If your child is ready to show us their math skills, contact us today! EVENT DATE & TIME The official date for the 2020 Math Olympiad contest is March 14th. Check-in and contest start times vary by center, please contact your local center for more information about when your child will be participating in the 2020 Math Olympiad. EVENT LOCATIONS East Coast: Central NJ - Middlesex County College, Edison Northern NJ - Crowne Plaza, Englewood Queens, New York - Adria Hotel, Bayside Maryland and Virginia - Fairfield Inn, Germantown Georgia - Hilton Garden Inn, Johns Creek West Coast: Bay Area - Joseph Weller Elementary, Milpitas Los Angeles - Walt Disney Elementary, Anaheim San Diego - Korean United Methodist Church, San Diego PRIZES Grand prize: $1,000 college scholarship 1st Place: $250 2nd Place: $150 3rd Place: $100 Have more questions about the event? Call or stop by today to learn more!
2019 #JEIEssayContest - Winners Announced!
Congratulations to every participant! Please see below winners for the 2019 JEI Essay Contest. DIVISION A: 1st: Victor Xu (Warren, NJ) 2nd: Kevin Liu (Fresh Meadows, NY) 3rd: Mia Jin (Livingston, NJ) 4th: Prajna Guduru (Bensalem, PA) 5th: Ananya Janamanchi (Franklin Park, NJ) Honorable Mentions: Lea Choi (Cresskill-Tenafly, NJ), Atiksh Jena (Cupertino, CA), Roan Prasanna (San Diego, CA). DIVISION B: 1st: Henry Tang (Livingston, NJ) 2nd: Saranya Vegirouthu (Old Bridge, NJ) 3rd: Oceana Li (Livingston, NJ) 4th: Connor Li (Livingston, NJ) 5th: Haley Talati (Mount Olive, NJ) Honorable Mentions: Maya Elkordy (Austin, TX), Donghee Seo (Austin, TX), Sathvik Kasarla (Bedminster, NJ), Princi Shah (Bensalem, PA), Epenesa Ellison (Cerritos, CA), Alexander Struk (Fresh Meadows, NY), Nina Benigno (Fresh Meadows, NY), Sia Agarwala (Hillsborough, NJ), Sophie Hao (Livingston, NJ), Vishv Dhanraj (Milpitas, CA), Vihaan Patel (Old Bridge, NJ) Eerah Murunkar (Princeton, NJ). DIVISION C: 1st: Emma Xing (Livingston, NJ) 2nd: Aanya Shah (Old Bridge, NJ) 3rd: Chloe Park (San Diego, CA) 4th: Samantha Cheng (Livingston, NJ) 5th: Christina Jiang (Livingston, NJ) Honorable Mentions: Sanjay Saravanan (Ashburn, VA), Likhitha Kosanam (East Windsor, NJ), Simran Agarwala (Hillsborough, NJ), Rishitha Guddapalli (Newark, DE). DIVISION D: 1st: Kevin Ha (Livingston, NJ) 2nd: Hannah He (Livingston, NJ) 3rd: Claire Shin (San Diego, CA) 4th: Annabelle Zhang (Livingston, NJ) 5th: Lucas Zhu (Livingston, NJ)
JEI Mercerville receives 2019 'Best of Hamilton Township' award
HAMILTON, N.J. - December 11, 2019 - JEI Learning Center of Mercerville has been selected for the 2019 Best of Hamilton Township Award in the Learning Center category by the Hamilton Township Award Program. Nina Vukovic has owned and operated JEI Mercerville as Center Director for over five years and is proud of the impact the center has made on the community. “I love to see the kid’s eyes light up when they get a concept that previously they didn’t understand,” she stated, “I can see their entire demeanor change from insecurity to confidence.” Each year, the Hamilton Township Award Program identifies companies that it believes have achieved exceptional marketing success in the local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Hamilton Township area a great place to live, work and play. About JEI Learning Center JEI's Self-Learning Philosophy believes that the creativity of an individual can be unlocked when infinite potential and one’s natural abilities are combined with the right educational environment. The individualized Self-Learning System, combined with JEI Instructors who motivate and engage students, as well as the parents that continue to encourage students at home, create the triad that supports students in the Self-Learning Method. Through state-aligned curricula, children can succeed in math, reading and writing, English, and critical thinking. Learn more about how JEI helps improve children’s study habits by visiting our programs page. ## Media Contact Jaime Hatzelhoffer (201) 567-0677 email@example.com