Washington State Mirror Program

We are launching a mirror program in Washington State!

Eventually, we will set up a new website for the mirror program. At first, we will use some pages on the NNMC site.
Let us know if you have name or logo ideas for the Washington State Mirror.

Next Events:

We are leading math circles at Licton Springs School in the Seattle area.
These circles will run once every two weeks. We will bring activities to
the Spring 2020 MESA day at Heritage U, and will organize a math camp in the summer of 2020 in the lower Yakama Valley.

Past Events in Washingon

We organized a math camp at the Tribal School in Toppensih. See the camp site at 2019 Washington Summer Math Camp

We led math circles at Licton Springs School in the Seattle area. Dates for the Spring of 2019 were: 1/24, 2/14, 3/14, 4/18, and 5/16

We hosted a screening of the Navajo Math Circles Festival at a Fall conference in Washington.

We have now run three festivals (two were part of the MESA day at Heritage U, and the other took place at the I-House on the University of Washington campus.) We have had four teacher workshops.
Read about our first festival and teacher workshop Here. The same page has handouts and the activities we discussed.

Info about the second teacher workshop is posted here.

Math Festival in Seattle, November 17

We will host a mathematics festival at the Intellectual House on the University of Washington Campus. This festival will take place between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM on Saturday, November 17.
If you are interested in attending this festival please register at https://tinyurl.com/Nov2018JRMF.

Download the Festival Flier PDF.

Teacher Workshop in Seattle, November 17

We will host a teacher workshop at the University of Washington from 10:30 AM until Noon. We will have a few activities for students in case teacher wish to bring a group of students to stay for the festival. Please register at the following link registration link.

Teacher Workshop in Toppenish, December 1, 2018

We will host a teacher workshop at Heritage University from 9:00 AM until 3:30 PM. This workshop will be led by Brandy Wiegers and Emilie Hancock. For a full schedule and to register please see this workshop link.

Visitors and Organizers

We thank the many folks that have visited our programs to help them run. These include:

  • Dave Auckly
  • Brandy Wiegers
  • Emilie Hancock
  • Susan Greenwald
  • Greg Chambers
  • Anne Chambers
  • Steve Dougherty
  • Maggie Staveley
  • Jayadev Athreya
  • Jessie Loucks
  • Erin Angelini
  • Stark Ledbetter
  • Anna Burago
  • Andrei Burago
  • Dan Finkel
  • Dean Seneca
  • Samantha Eso
  • Monet Becenti
  • Becca Hoberg
  • Kellie Macphee
  • Janet Shiver
  • Brettagne Aleck