South-Central Math Olympics-DISTRICT Math by Mail
Math Olympics—District (Math by Mail) provides an opportunity to stimulate interest and recognize the achievements of students in mathematics in grades 3–8. Students are given a series of timed tests in either computation or reasoning. Answer sheets are mailed to the host location for scoring. Awards are then mailed to each school.
In the South-Central region, the Math by Mail event, also called Math Olympics—District, is the qualifying event for the Math Olympics-Area event. Qualified students travel to the host location to participate in the Math Olympics—Area event.
For more information see Math Olympics—District (Math by Mail) in the South-Central Student Activities Participation Guide.
To Get Started
Register your school for any of these events by completing the South-Central Student Activities Registration form.
Once processed, the password for the handbooks is included in the confirmation notice emailed immediately to the school coordinator. For a complete listing of resources available (including a Coordinator Handbook) see "Resources" below. These files help schools plan and coordinate the event at their own school as well as prepare for and attend the district level event. Still have Questions? E-mail South-Central Student Activities Office.
This page is "under construction" until mid-August while the 2018-2019 handbooks and resources are uploaded and links created. The links will turn blue when the new material is ready.
Dates and Location
|Event||District||Grade Levels||Host Location/School||2018–2019 Event Dates|
(Math by Mail)
|11/30/18 answer sheets due
for scoring 12/8/18
After the SC Student Activities Registration form has been processed, the password for the Coordinator Resources and the Chairperson Resources (for host schools only) is emailed immediately in a confirmation email to the Student Activities Coordinator listed on the registration form.
Resources for the Coordinator at each participating school
All Resoures for South-Central Math Olympics-District are posted on the national student activities pages. Go to