Save the Date!
Saturday, October 27, 2018
1:00 - 3:30 pm
San Mateo Campus
Registration will open on
Friday, September 21
Nueva Math Circle is a joyful math enrichment event where guest mathematicians and math educators lead students from PreK-12th grade in intriguing math activities or investigations. Students also have the option to explore games and activities hosted in the I-Lab.
After a tremendous inaugural event at the Bay Meadows campus in February (featuring Machine Learning), we return to the Hillsborough campus on a beautiful Friday evening in April for our third & final event of the school year.
From our Most Recent Event
To round out a fun-filled evening, pizza and snacks will be available for purchase. Back by popular demand, special dinner selections including Chinese meal boxes are also available for pre-order online during the ticket checkout process (a limited quantity of these special items may also be available for purchase at the event).
This is a community-wide event that is open to the public.
Please be advised that this is not a drop-off event for Lower School students. Parents are invited to join their child(ren) in the LS sessions.
The wonderful presenters who facilitate our sessions have a knack for making math enriching and engaging in each and every attendee. For this event, they will include:
- Patrick Berger, Nueva Upper School and Middle School Economics and Model United Nations Teacher
- Stephanie Englehaupt, Nueva Lower School Math Teacher
- Lora Saarnio, Nueva Lower School Math Specialist and Director of Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival
Game Theory for Middle School and Lower School students
At this Math Circle, we're excited to bring you sessions exploring a new featured topic: Game Theory, with a special focus this time on our Lower School and Middle School students. Our presenters include Patrick Berger, Upper and Middle School Economics and Model United Nations teacher at Nueva School. All sessions for students Grades 2 - 8 will feature Game Theory.
Coding with Osmo and Cubelets in the I-Lab: especially for PK-1 students
We haven't forgotten about our PK-1 students! At this Math Circle, our sessions for PK-1 will feature fun-filled coding with Osmo. And in the I-Lab, students will enjoy the opportunity to build with more Cubelets (robotic cubes) than you've probably ever seen in one place!