Download Math Challenge sheets from this location: Math in Action


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Welcome to Math Challenge Program at Rosa Parks Elementary!



What is Math Challenge?


Math Challenge is a set of 15 challenges published approximately every two weeks and each set will present 10-18 problems ordered by level of difficulty.


The goal of Math Challenge is to enrich the school curriculum and to encourage different ways of problem-solving. This is a fantastic opportunity for families to be involved and enjoy math through fun and engaging math problems. We encourage parents and siblings to get involved in discussing and solving them.


Math Challenge is a PTSA sponsored program that is

  • Open to all students, grades K-5

  • Free to participate

  • Requires registration at the beginning of the year

  • Sign up will be open between (September 19 - October 14)

  • Run by parent volunteers

The questions come from a team of parents at Math in Action. The guidelines will adhere to Math in Action, but implementation, schedule, and rules at Rosa Parks differ slightly.


Rules are subject to change during the year and will be shared through PUMA Info.


How do I sign up?

  • There is a required sign up this year for Math Challenge. 

  • Please go to your PTSA login -> My Account -> My Forms/Paperwork -> Scroll down to locate Math Challenge registration form and register your kid
  • Registration for Math Challenge is free however we are accepting donations to run PTSA programs like Math Challenge. Just a small donation can help run math Challenge program and other PTSA programs at Rosa Parks Elementary.

 Please click here if you are considering donating!


What happens after signing up?


  • Refer to the MC schedule for dates on when the challenges and their solutions will be available.

  • When the Challenge is available to download, please print the latest challenge from Math in Action

  • Read the general instructions on the first page of Challenge 1, this will help set the tone and intent for all challenges for the year.

  • Students should complete minimum number of questions for their grade ((listed on every challenge – e.g., Kindergartners may only need to attempt a minimum 4 out of 15 questions)
  • We encourage students to discuss strategies and solutions with their parents and siblings.
  • Students will need to turn in their completed Math Challenges at the school on or before the due date.
  • Students who complete 12 or more challenges will receive an award at the end of the year.
  • Please follow Puma Info for further updates on Math Challenge.

How do I earn a certificate?


We will be awarding 1 point per eligible Math Challenge. These points will add up toward year-end award.


To earn a point, students must

  • Attempt a minimum number of required questions for their grade (listed on every challenge – e.g., Kindergartners may only need to attempt a minimum of 4 out of 15 questions)

  • Have at least 50% of attempted questions accurate

Participants who earn points minimum of 3 points during the school year will be awarded a certificate at the end of the year.


Participants who earn 12 or more points will get an award at the end of the school year.


We need parent Volunteers

Math challenge program can’t happen without you parents. We need parent volunteers. Please email if you would like to volunteer for Math Challenge program.


Who do I contact with questions and feedback?


Please write to Priya at

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