Carmel Valley students win three silver medals at 2014 San Diego County Challenge 24 Tournament

Solana Pacific school 5th and 6th grade students excelled at the Challenge 24 Math Competition held on May 23 at the San Diego County Office of Education. The students have been practicing for the past year meeting during the lunch hour for practice sessions. In a highly competitive environment with 16 schools and 77 participants, 5th grade students Praneet Varade and Reetesh Sudhakar, and 6th grade students Trevor Guo and Ruchi Agashe represented Solana Pacific in the Challenge 24 competition. Praneet Varade , Reetesh Sudhakar and Trevor Guo won silver medals.

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