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Benton Grade School math students raise funds for St. Jude

  • Top donors from Benton Grade School included (ront row, left to right) Talon Stewart, Coleby Worley, Joey Copple, Tyler Fowlkes, Collin Hill, Lance Jerkins, Jack Bacon, Jackson Zettler, Cole Buchanan, Treyson Severin, (second row) Alexus Bishop, Kelsey Cali, Sophie Lampley, Hannah Cardwell, Kendra Metzger,  Sydnie Lampley, Zay Dalton, Lane McCollum, (third row) Abby Welch, Riley Mize, Heidi Morris, Tessa Neitzel, Amelia Messersmith, Taylor Bandy, Nora Sanders, Andrea Kleine, (fourth row) Braelyn Miles, Nicolas Reichrath, Isaiah Kimpel, Hayden Smith, John Payan, Elias Walker, Sam Owens, Kyle Thomas, Nick Worley, Gabe McLain and Reid Baumgarte.

    Top donors from Benton Grade School included (ront row, left to right) Talon Stewart, Coleby Worley, Joey Copple, Tyler Fowlkes, Collin Hill, Lance Jerkins, Jack Bacon, Jackson Zettler, Cole Buchanan, Treyson Severin, (second row) Alexus Bishop, Kelsey Cali, Sophie Lampley, Hannah Cardwell, Kendra Metzger, Sydnie Lampley, Zay Dalton, Lane McCollum, (third row) Abby Welch, Riley Mize, Heidi Morris, Tessa Neitzel, Amelia Messersmith, Taylor Bandy, Nora Sanders, Andrea Kleine, (fourth row) Braelyn Miles, Nicolas Reichrath, Isaiah Kimpel, Hayden Smith, John Payan, Elias Walker, Sam Owens, Kyle Thomas, Nick Worley, Gabe McLain and Reid Baumgarte.
    Courtesy of Courtney Chady

 
Submitted by Courtney Chady
updated: 4/11/2018 8:56 AM

Benton Grade School's fifth- through eighth-grade math students have raised more than $7,600 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during their participation in the 2018 Math-A-Thon.

The students complete the math funbook and obtain sponsors to donate to St. Jude. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is working to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.

The math classes at Benton Grade School have raised more than $47,000 over the past nine years.

For more information about the Math-A-Thon, go to matha thon.org.