photo above: 7 & 8 Year Texas Awardees, 2019-2020
Along with individual awards earned at National Mathematics Pentathlon Academic Tournaments, the Pentathlon Institute honors Pentathletes who in 7th grade have competed for 7 or 8 years. These Pentathletes have earned this special recognition for their determination and longterm involvement in competing at all 4 Mathematics Pentathlon® Division Levels and being PentathletesTM playing all 20 Mathematics Pentathlon® Games. We honor the PentathletesTM in this section. The history behind the 7 & 8-year awards was to recognize, in 7th grade, only those students who have competed across 4 Divisions for 7 or 8 years. The award is given in 7th grade to ensure the Pentathlete reached the highest level of competition. This is the only way a student can receive the plaque or trophy. The school can recognize students in different ways but nationally these are the guidelines to receive a 7/8-year award.
8 Year Awardees
Delbert Detwiler Awardees are Pentathletes who have participated in national tournaments for a total of 8 years. Each of these awardees receives special recognition with a trophy at a national tournament. Delbert’s dedication and persistence in championing this program in the Michiana area continues to affect thousands of students and educators since 1984. This award was first given in 1993.
7 Year Awardees
Augusta Louise McAnulty Awardees are Pentathletes who have participated in national tournaments for a total of 7 years and are competing while in 7th grade. * Each of these awardees receives special recognition with a framed plaque at a national tournament. Augusta was one of the first teachers who implemented this program in the Indianapolis area and inspired countless students and associates to participate in this event. This award was first given in 1992. A picture with Augusta Louise McAnulty and some awardees is shown to the right.
Below are photos of some of the
7 & 8 Year Awardees
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