Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Congratulations Jackson!

Jackson was our only Mathletics certificate winner this week. Way to go, Jackson!


  1. Dear Jackson,
    Good job really good I hope you get another.
    From Benjamin,

  2. I think it is good that we get prizes that means that we are getting high score the more we learn the more scores we get it good we learn math.
    By: Yolibeth

  3. Dear Jackson,
    Really good job dude. Earn lots more.

  4. Dear Jackson,
    Congratulation on being the only person to have a Mathletics certificate! You did a great job and keep up the good work!

  5. Dear Jackson,

    Nice job! That’s awesome! Hey Jack. Can you try consuming a silver award because if you can
    1)you’d be the second man to get a silver
    2)it would be amazing!

    Sebastian R

  6. Dear Jackson,
    Congrats on being the only one that got an award. How many awards did you get? I got 4 awards.
    From, Maximus

  7. Dear Jackson,
    You did very well in Mathletics. I think you are awesome when it comes to math. Congratulations Jackson. And remember what Mr. Pahl says …. Be A Good Human!
    From, Amaya.

  8. Dear Jackson,
    Good job getting the math certificate. I hope you get another one.
    From, Micah

  9. Dear jackson,
    All that hard work has paid off you should be proud of yourself! Try getting another one good luck.
    From Danny,

  10. Dear Jackson
    I hope you win another prize and I hope every person in you class to get at least one . Have a good year and win more prizes.

  11. Dear Jackson,
    I am glade that you got 1,000 or more points. I never got more than a 1,000, but my highest score was a little past 800. Nice job! :)
    Sincerely, Gavin


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