Joliet Junior College’s Invitational Math Contest, a tradition on campus for over 20 years, will be held on Wednesday, March 11, from 3 to 7 p.m. on the Main Campus, 1215 Houbolt Road, in Joliet.
The contest brings together over 500 students from 19 local high schools to compete in written, oral and calculator competitions.
Over 400 volunteer hours were donated last year to make the competition possible. The JJC Math Department writes and judges the contest.
Last year, Seneca High School won the Class A schools division; Plainfield North won the Class 2A schools division; and Lincoln-Way East won the Class 3A schools division.
Schools participating are Dwight, Plainfield South, Lincoln-Way North, Minooka, Wilmington, Joliet Township, and Plainfield East, all in the Class A division; schools in the Class 2A division are Coal City, Morris, Plainfield North, Plainfield Central, Seneca, and Providence; schools participating in the Class 3A Division are Lemont, Lincoln-Way Central, Joliet Catholic, Lincoln-Way East, Bolingbrook, and Reed Custer.
For more information, contact David Ruffatto at (815) 280-2784 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.