Jeremy Robinson wins 2021 Orange County Math Bee

News 6 anchor Ginger Gadsden hosts event

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orange County Public Schools held its annual Math Bee on Friday.

The event, hosted by News 6 anchor Ginger Gadsden, was won by Jeremy Robinson, who attends Ivey Lane Elementary School.

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Bario Jean, who attends Shingle Creek Elementary School, took second place. Jayden Butler, of Eccleston Elementary School, came in third.

Fourth-grade students from 15 schools took part in the 10th annual Math Bee, which was held at Founder’s Hall at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Orlando.

The Math Bee winner from each classroom receives a small trophy. Each student who makes the finals gets a T-shirt, a framed certificate and a medal. The top three final winners for the school final receive a trophy and a gift card. They receive $100 for first place, $50 for second, and $25 for third place.

For the county invitational, the top three winners receive a trophy and an award check. The awards are $1,000 for first, $500 for second and $250 for third place.