Math students represent school at competition

JACKSON — Pupils from the St. Aloysius School, Jackson, recently took part in the 39th annual Brother Christian Jones Math Competition held at Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft.

Students from 36 area schools were in attendance for the event, with 160 students on 20 teams competing in the private school division, and 140 students from 16 schools competing in the public school division.

“We are always pleased to take part in this annual event, and having the students’ hard work highlighted by placing so highly, both in the team and individual competitions is something we celebrate,” St. Aloysius School Principal Elizabeth O’Connor said.

The team from St. Aloysius placed fifth in the private school division. Individually, Jack Treval placed fifth out of 160 students.

Middle school math teacher Donna May said having the students participate in the CBA math competition makes the St. Aloysius teachers and administrators proud.

“The students showed their school spirit, and having brought home such great results is very rewarding,” May said.

In addition to Jack Treval, the St. Aloysius School team consisted of Christian Bischoff, Andrew DeNooyer, Mark Ferri, Kiera Harrison, Robert Treval, Ryan Werthmuller, Morgan Woolf and Alexis Wolf.