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Never stop learning this summer
According to Brookings, students lose an average of one month’s worth of school learning during the summer months. To combat this, JEI has a summer program to stop summer learning loss and keep students ready for the school year! JEI Summer Enrichment Program* Students lose an average of one month of school learning over the summer with the sharpest declines in math. At JEI we’re fighting summer learning loss with five programs designed to help students learn at their own pace. With the help of our qualified instructors, students can prevent the summer slide with achievement programs in math and English. For advanced students, our enrichment programs in reading & writing and problem solving will help them start the new school year ahead of their peers. Our newest Brain Safari program further develops students’ critical thinking skills that they can apply to all domains of their education. Enroll with JEI to give your child an academic advantage. To learn more about JEI summer programming, Find a Center near you! *JEI Summer programming varies by Center
Register now for the 2019 JEI Math Olympiad
With the infinite access to Internet-based resources, it’s hard for most students to see the point in perfecting their math skills. We at JEI Learning Centers across the country have the answer: the 2019 JEI Math Olympiad on March 9th! JEI welcomes current and former JEI students grade one through eight to participate in our Math Olympiad where they can put their problem-solving skills to the test. It’s a race against the clock as your child goes head-to-head with students from around the country to answer 30 math problems in 50 minutes. Questions will be specific to grade level and are based on JEI’s Problem Solving Math curriculum which challenges students to use critical thinking, reasoning, logic, and mathematical knowledge to learn to approach practical problem requiring math skills. REGISTRATION DATES Early Registration: January 15th - January 31st Standard Registration: February 1st - March 3rd If your child is ready to show us their math skills, Find a Center near you and register today! EVENT DATE & TIME The official date for the 2019 Math Olympiad contest is March 9th. Check-in and contest start times vary by center, please contact your local center for more information about when your child will be participating in the 2019 Math Olympiad. EVENT LOCATIONS Check back for more information about event locations.
2018 Essay Contest winners!
Congratulations to every participant! Please see below winners for the 2018 JEI Essay Contest. DIVISION A: 1st: Chloe Gonzalez (Fresh Meadows, NY) 2nd: Atharv Sharma (Cary, NC) 3rd: Amanda Tang (Stony Brook, NY) 4th: Atiksh Jena (Cupertino, CA) 5th: Medeni Mahesh (San Diego, CA) Honorable Mentions: Tia Chauhan Nilaver (Milpitas, CA), Vishv Dhanraj (Milpitas, CA), Arush Vemuri (Parsippany-East, NJ) DIVISION B: 1st: Ryan Zhu (Livingston, NJ) 2nd: Annie Zhu (Austin, TX) 3rd: Haeon Kim (Austin, TX) 4th: Isabelle Son (Cresskill-Tenafly, NJ) 5th: Likhitha Kosanam (East Windsor, NJ) Honorable Mentions: Maxwell Lee (Auburndale, NY), Prithvi Manoj (Edison-Piscataway, NJ), Sai Ansh Vukkalkar (East Fremont, CA), Ashlyn Dsoura (North Edison, NJ), Andrew Moszuti (Pamarus, NJ), Sathvika Gokulakrishnan (South Brunswick, NJ), Rania Haque (Manalapan, NJ) DIVISION C: 1st: Nidhi Gokidi (Levittown, PA) 2nd: Hannah He (Livingston, NJ) 3rd: Juliet Lee (Cresskill-Tenafly, NJ) 4th:Minseo Kwon (San Diego, CA) 5th: Sheryl Liu (Livingston, NJ) Honorable Mentions: Sanjay Saravanan (Ashburn, VA), Om Janamanchi (Franklin Park, NJ), Ryan Cho (Great Neck, NY), Swathi Bodduluri (Levittown, PA) DIVISION D: 1st: Rohan Rali (Morrisville, NC) 2nd: Alicia Shin (San Diego, CA) 3rd: Ella Chang (Warren, NJ) 4th: Lucas Zhu (Livingston, NJ) 5th: Joseph Zhai (Livingston, NJ) Honorable Mentions: Rishit Roy (Hillsborough, NJ)