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Third, fourth and fifth graders participate in Perennial Math at Colonial

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COLONIAL — Many students participate in Perennial Math, which helps them improve in the subject with packets and tests.

Anna Shiels likes Perennial Math “because it challenges you.”

Some students think the math problems can sometimes be hard, but other times easy.

Todd Kerman said, “Some are hard. Some are easy.”

Not everyone enjoys the program. “I don’t like being tested,” said Harrison Anderson.

On the other hand, Andrew McGibbon loves Perennial Math “because I like lots of math challenges.”

“It’s challenging, and I get bored with regular school,” said Lily Reid.

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Third, fourth and fifth graders participate in Perennial Math at Colonial