The state champion Pentathlon team from Fowler Middle School has earned additional recognition – this time at the national level.
The group of seventh graders participated in the national online Pentathlon competition in May. When the final scores were tabulated, students finished first in the country among participating teams.
The team is Frisco ISD’s first state and national online champion in Pentathlon. Members include Shrenick Gannamani, Goutham Aelluri, Elise Wang, Sarah Tang, Shrinarayanee Rengarajan, Ahmad Yousuf, Mahit Madathil and Cameron Gibbs. Coaches are Alayne Hill and Julie Brown.
Academic Pentathlon is designed to serve as a learning experience and feeder program for the Octathlon and Decathlon competitions. It is offered at all FISD middle schools for students in grades 7-8.
The online competition included exams in five areas: math, social studies, science, literature and fine arts.
In addition to their first-place team finish, the following students earned individual honors:
SILVER Division 7 Science Honor
BRONZE Division 7 Fine Arts Honor
BRONZE Division 7 Mathematics Honor
SILVER Division 7 Literature Honor
GOLD Division 7 Social Science Honor
GOLD Division 7 OVERALL for Honor
GOLD Division 7 Science Honor
GOLD Division 7 Fine Arts Honor
GOLD Division 7 Literature Honor
BRONZE Division 7 Social Science Honor
SILVER Division 7 OVERALL for Honor
BRONZE Division 7 Science Honor
SILVER Division 7 Fine Arts Honor
SILVER Division 7 Mathematics Honor
BRONZE Division 7 Literature Honor
SILVER Division 7 Fine Arts Scholastic
GOLD Division 7 Science Scholastic
GOLD Division 7 Fine Arts Scholastic
GOLD Division 7 Literature Scholastic
BRONZE Division 7 Social Science Scholastic
BRONZE Division 7 OVERALL for Scholastic
GOLD Division 7 Science Varsity
BRONZE Division 7 Fine Arts Varsity
BRONZE Division 7 Mathematics Varsity
BRONZE Division 7 Literature Varsity
GOLD Division 7 Social Science Varsity
SILVER Division 7 OVERALL for Varsity