VUHS student Kai Williams excels in math event

VERGENNES — Kai Williams, a junior at Vergennes Union High School has for the second year in a row placed second in the 26th Annual Mathematics Talent Search sponsored by the Vermont State Mathematics Coalition.
Williams received his cash award in a ceremony on May 2, at a South Burlington Double Tree Emerald Ballroom dinner, witnessed by parents, teachers and Coalition members. Williams placed third in 2017 as a freshman.
Winners are all invited join the team representing Vermont in the annual  American Region Mathematics League competition at Penn State University on May 31-June 1, and to attend the 2019 Kenneth I. Gross and Anthony Trono Governor’s Institute on Mathematical Sciences tuition-free. The Institute will be held at the University of Vermont June 23-28.
Further information on the Talent Search can be found at vtmathcoalition.org. Any talented math student is encouraged to try next Fall’s first test.
For further information contact Bob Chaffee, Executive Director, Vermont State Mathematics Coalition, 119 Hawthorn Drive, Apt. 203, Shelburne, VT 05482, 802-598-2629.

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