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  11/03/14 Meet#1 Posted 2014-2015, Top 2 teams per Division
  10/31/14 Meet#1 Results
  09/21/14 Fall Advisors' Meeting - Tues 9/23/14
  09/06/14 New invoice links in Advisor section at bottom
  05/21/14 Top 2 Teams in Meet#5 and Season, Meet#5 PDF
  05/20/14 Spring Advisors Meeting
Nov 2003 Mystery#3
Meet Schedule for 2014-2015
  • #1: October 16, 2014
  • #2: November 20, 2014 (snow: 12/4)
  • #3: January 8, 2015 (snow: 1/15)
  • #4: February 12, 2015 (snow: 2/26)
  • #5: March 26, 2015
Each cluster may have different dates, see Meet Locations.
Meet #2 Topics:
  1. Mystery: ?
  2. Geometry: Area and perimeter of polygons
  3. Number Theory: GCF, LCM, prime factorization
  4. Arithmetic: Fractions, terminating and repeating decimals, percents
  5. Algebra: Word problems with 1 unknown; working with formulas; reasoning in number sentences
Previous Meets: '13 '12 '11 '10 '09 '08 '07 '06 '05 '04

Top 2 Teams per Division for
Meet#1 2014-2015 Season

(One meet, not cumulative)
Meet#1, October 2014
LexingtonLexington Clarke1st
LexingtonLexington Clarke 22nd
EuclideanMeadowbrook School1st
EuclideanWinchester McCall2nd
PythagoreanAMSA Charter1st
PythagoreanBelmont Chenery2nd
PascalAndover Doherty1st
FibonacciNewton Oak Hill1st
FibonacciNewton Bigelow2nd
DaVinciAndover Wood Hill1st
GaussNorthborough Melican1st
GaussFramingham Walsh2nd
MoscaShore Country Day1st
MoscaNewburyport Nock2nd
HypatiaManchester Essex1st
HypatiaMansfield Qualters 22nd
GardnerNatick Kennedy1st
GardnerNorwood Coakley2nd
NoetherPentucket Regional1st
NoetherMiles River Regional2nd
RamanujanWaring School1st
RamanujanReading Coolidge B2nd
Liu HuiLynn Breed1st
Liu HuiFramingham Fuller2nd
UndecidedWakefield Galvin1st
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For Advisors:
  • Blank Invoice for paying your team's dues9/2014
  • Interactive Roster/Score Sheet - hosted on Google Docs - contact President for link (or see 8/21/2014 email)
  • Blank Roster Sheet, Excel (.xls) format (includes SORT buttons)9/2011 Update
    Blank Roster Sheet, Word (.doc) format9/2011 or PDF9/2011
  • Blank Cluster Summary Sheet (.XLS Excel, for VP's) or PDF or .PNG (image)
  • Private advisors-only area
  • Per By-laws:
    For First Meet: Bring a ream of paper for VP, have directions to your school for other advisors, bring no more than 20 students, no more than 7 eighth-graders as regulars.
    Categories 1-5: Each test is 10 minutes, with 1-minute warning. Of 10 regulars, each takes 3 category tests, so 6 regulars take each test. Two points for each correct answer. Max possible student score: 18 points. Each student must write on back: name, school, grade, and the word "Regular" or "Alternate"
    Team Round: Test is 15 minutes, with 5-minute and 1-minute warnings. All 10 regulars in one room. Six questions, each worth 6 points. "...each team should have a separate room or area where they can work together without being disturbed or overheard."
  • Reminders for New Cluster Coordinators / VPs from IMLEM President Kelly Hagan
    1. Collect a 2 reams of paper from each team to compensate for your copying for the year.
    2. Copy enough of each round. Always make extras and use extra for recycle paper in your classroom - this is better than running out.
    3. Some coordinators like to split the copies up to groups of 25 (or however many are in each room) so they are ready to pass out during the meet.
    4. Post the scores and answers between rounds.
    5. Team rounds - give each team 11 copies. Everyone gets one, and there is one official answer sheet.
    6. Announce final team scores and pass out a certificate to the highest student/s in each grade. Let IMLEM President know if you need more certificates.
    7. Rely on other coaches to see how your cluster typically runs things.
    8. If you use the electronic scoring, email IMLEM Tabulator, otherwise fax him the scores within a day or two.
  • Did you know? By-law Surprises 

Information is updated approximately three weeks after each competition.  Previous meets are posted after all team scores are recorded.

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