Mathletes, an after-school program at Greenwood Friends School, recently finished its third year. Under the direction of Paul Loomis, associate professor of mathematics, and Bloomsburg University students Lara Cesco-Cancian, Martina Drew, Zach Malett, Casandra Miller, Selena Phillips, Jon Thomas, and Dylan Weiss traveled to Greenwood each Thursday for the last six weeks for the hour-long program of math-related games, puzzles, and activities. 
The students worked at stations with a group of four to six students at a time; every 10 to 15 minutes the students would rotate to another activity. Mathletes began in fall 2011 with five BU students and 12 to 15 Greenwood students; this semester between 30 and 35 students from first to eighth grade took part each week. 

Mathletes, an after-school program at Greenwood Friends School, recently finished its third year. Under the direction of Paul Loomis, associate professor of mathematics, and Bloomsburg University students Lara Cesco-Cancian, Martina Drew, Zach Malett, Casandra Miller, Selena Phillips, Jon Thomas, and Dylan Weiss traveled to Greenwood each Thursday for the last six weeks for the hour-long program of math-related games, puzzles, and activities.

The students worked at stations with a group of four to six students at a time; every 10 to 15 minutes the students would rotate to another activity. Mathletes began in fall 2011 with five BU students and 12 to 15 Greenwood students; this semester between 30 and 35 students from first to eighth grade took part each week. 

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