South Pasadena Unified School District Students Score Top Honors at LA County Math Field Day

South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) congratulates the South Pasadena elementary and middle school students who excelled at the 34th Los Angeles County Math Field Day on April 27, 2019. Over 550 students representing 38 county school districts participated in the competition held at Glendora High School.

SPMS eighth graders Andrew Jin, Anthony Kim, Jackie Mancera, and Erika Wang earned the Top Team trophy as a result of gold medals in both Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Skills. They also earned the silver medal in Problem Solving.

Sixth graders Joel Kim, Ethan Kung, Emilio Lois and Emett Mendel were awarded the Top Team trophy in addition to their bronze medals in both Problem Solving and Procedural Skills.

Fourth graders Zachary Lei, Isabella Ma, Cadence Ni, and Amelia Shih captured the gold medal in Conceptual Understanding and the silver medal in Problem Solving.

Fifth graders Satya Coleman, Isabelle Huang, Jesse Li, and Eric Shiroishi earned the bronze medal in Conceptual Understanding.

Seventh graders Sequoia Ding, Alexander Ninomiya, Adityan Swaminathan, and Katherine Tam were awarded bronze medals in both Problem Solving and Conceptual Understanding.

Teachers Dawn Tull, Katy Chen, Dean McCoy, and Eric Aispuro coached the students.

For more information, contact South Pasadena Unified School District, Office of the Superintendent,

South Pasadena Middle School, 1500 Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena, (626) 441-5830 or visit








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