Southeast Announces 2019 Math Field Day Winners


Southeast Missouri State University has announced the winners in the 42nd annual Math Field Day competition held April 11 at Southeast.

For a complete list of winners, visit 42nd Annual Math Field Day results.

Five hundred ninety-five students from 28 area high schools competed in this year’s Math Field Day.

The students competed in areas such as algebra I, algebra II, geometry, trigonometry, word problems, exponential and log functions, matrices and determinants, computational mathematics, data analysis, sets and logic, probability, mental arithmetic, analytic geometry, number bases, number theory, hand calculators and calculus.

The day included both individual and team events, and concluded with a scholar bowl-style event.

Area schools that competed in this year’s contest are Anna-Jonesboro Community High School, Arcadia Valley High School, Bell City High School, Bernie High School, Bunker High School, Cape Central High School, Clarkton High School, Cobden High School, Eagle Ridge Christian School, Farmington High School, Fredericktown R-1 High School, Gideon High School, Herrin High School, Leopold High School, Malden High School, Nashville Community High School, Naylor High School, North County High School, Notre Dame Regional High School, Oak Ridge High School, Poplar Bluff High School, Red Bud High School, Saxony Lutheran High School, Scott City R-1, St. Vincent High School, Ste. Genevieve High School, The Christian Academy and Viburnum High School. There will also be homeschooled participants.

For more information about Math Field Day, visit