By Eric Fischer
It’s been another successful year for the Sturgeon Bay High School math team, after winning another conference title and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Academic Competition, they now have their eyes on the Wisconsin High School State Mathematics Contest. Unlike other competitions, the State contest is proctored at each individual school and the tests are sent to the Wisconsin Mathematics Council. Sturgeon Bay took second in last year’s contest and has won as recently as 2014. Math coach Cliff Wind says the long-term success is a credit to the kids and teachers at Sturgeon Bay.
Wind adds that regardless of how the team does in the State contest that he is proud of the students he gets to work with every day. The results will be announced in the next Wisconsin Mathematics Council Newsletter.