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2022 Fall Live Online Class

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    11/19 to 03/24  4 ACSL Annual Contest Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm,Saturday 8:45am-9:30am $50/4 tests  in the year of 2022-2023; Test dates are Nov 19, Jan 06, Feb 11, and Mar 24Location: Online

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Elementary Division is for students from grades 4 to 6. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2022-2023 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

        Contest #1: Number Systems on Saturday 8:45am-9:30am, November 19, 2022
        Contest #2: Prefix/Infix/PostFix Notation on Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm, Jan 6, 2022
        Contest #3: Boolean Algebra on Saturday 8:45am-9:30am,  Feb 11, 2023
        Contest #4: Graph Theory on Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm, Mar 24, 2023 

    Note: All tests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2022-2023. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation on May 1. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 27, 2023, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    The contests consist of non-programming problems in four categories, one each contest, will be tested. The contest consists of a 30-minute, 5-question test each month. The topics covered in 4 contests are Computer Number Systems, Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation, Boolean Algebra, and Graph Theory. You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

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    11/19 to 03/24  4 ACSL Annual Contest Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm,Saturday 8:45am-9:30am $50/4 tests  in the year of 2022-2023; Test dates are Nov 19, Jan 06, Feb 11, and Mar 24Location: Online

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Junior Division is for students from grades 6 to 9. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2022-2023 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

    Contest #1:  Nov 19, 2022  Saturday 8:45am-9:30am, 
    Contest #2:  Jan 6, 2022     Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm, 
    Contest #3:  Feb 11, 2023  Saturday 8:45am-9:30am
    Contest #4:  Mar 24, 2023  Friday 5:45-6:30pm

    Note: All contests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2022-2023. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation on May 1. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 27, 2023, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    Each contest in the Junior Division has two parts: a take-home 72-hour time limit programming problem and a set of short answer questions.  Each short answer test consists of 2 questions on each of the first two topics listed below and 1 question on the third topic for a total of 5 questions.  The time limit for the 5 question test is 30 minutes. 

    Below are the topics for each contest and the study material links:

    Contest #1 Computer Number Systems
    Recursive Functions
    What Does This Program Do? - Branching
    Contest #2 Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation
    Bit-String Flicking
    What Does This Program Do? - Loops
    Contest #3 Boolean Algebra
    Data Structures
    What Does This Program Do? - Arrays
    Contest #4 Graph Theory
    Digital Electronics
    What Does This Program Do? - Strings

     You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/19 to 03/24  4 ACSL Annual Contest Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm,Saturday 8:45am-9:30am $50/4 tests  in the year of 2022-2023; Test dates are Nov 19, Jan 06, Feb 11, and Mar 24Location: Online

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Junior Division is for students from grades 6 to 9. It consists of 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2022-2023 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

    Contest #1:  Nov 19, 2022  Saturday 8:45am-9:30am, 
    Contest #2:  Jan 6, 2022     Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm, 
    Contest #3:  Feb 11, 2023  Saturday 8:45am-9:30am
    Contest #4:  Mar 24, 2023  Friday 5:45-6:30pm

    Note: All contests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2022-2023. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation on May 1. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 27, 2023, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    Each contest in the Junior Division has two parts: a take-home 72-hour time limit programming problem and a set of short answer questions.  Each short answer test consists of 2 questions on each of the first two topics listed below and 1 question on the third topic for a total of 5 questions.  The time limit for the 5 question test is 30 minutes. 

    Below are the topics for each contest and the study material links:

    Contest #1 Computer Number Systems
    Recursive Functions
    What Does This Program Do? - Branching
    Contest #2 Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation
    Bit-String Flicking
    What Does This Program Do? - Loops
    Contest #3 Boolean Algebra
    Data Structures
    What Does This Program Do? - Arrays
    Contest #4 Graph Theory
    Digital Electronics
    What Does This Program Do? - Strings

     You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contests, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/19 to 03/24  4 ACSL Annual Contest Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm,Saturday 8:45am-9:30am $50/4 tests  in the year of 2022-2023; Test dates are Nov 19, Jan 06, Feb 11, and Mar 24Location: Online

    American Computer Science League (www.acsl.org), ACSL organizes computer science contests and computer programming contests for elementary, junior, and senior high school students. 

    The ACSL Senior Division contest is the best for middle/high school students with programming experience, expecially those already taking and being good at ACSL Junior contests. ACSL Senior Division has 4 contests in a year. The contests scheduled for the 2022-2023 year at Sunshine Elite are as follows:

    Contest #1:  Nov 19, 2022  Saturday 8:45am-9:30am, 
    Contest #2:  Jan 6, 2022     Friday 5:45pm-6:30pm, 
    Contest #3:  Feb 11, 2023  Saturday 8:45am-9:30am
    Contest #4:  Mar 24, 2023  Friday 5:45-6:30pm

    Note: All contests are proctoring virtual online by Sunshine Elite in the year of 2022-2023. Students who passed the cut-off score of all 4 contests will receive ACSL Final contest invitation on May 1. The ACSL Final Contests are scheduled on May 27, 2023, proctoring virtual online by ACSL.

    Each contest consists of an online 30-minute, 5-question short answer test and an online programming problem to solve in 72 hours. The Short Problems topics are the same in the Intermediate and Senior Divisions. The Senior Division problems are more challenging than those in the Intermediate Division. Below are the topics for each contest and the study material links:

    Contest 1  

    Computer Number Systems   
    Recursive Functions 
    What Does This Program Do?

    Contest 2 

    Prefix/Infix/Postfix Notation   
    Bit-String Flicking  
    LISP

    Contest 3  

    Boolean Algebra   
    Data Structures  
    FSAs and Regular Expressions

    Contest 4  

    Graph Theory   
    Digital Electronics   
    Assembly Language

    You may check the ACSL website for the study material and the test samples here: https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Sunshine Elite also has the ACSL training classes to help students prepare for the contests which is aligning with the contest dates and topics. If you have questions or concerns about the contest, please contact Shilpa Sharma by Email: Shilpa.Sharma@SunshineEliteEducation.com

    Instructor: Shilpa Sharma

  • 11/10 to 11/10  1 Contest 6:00pm-7:30pm $30/exam non refundableLocation: Rm 2

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This exam is required to be proctored in-person in the classrooms. Please join the meeting on time. The test will be canceled for any one who comes in the classroom 15 minutes late.

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 10 /12 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra and geometry concepts. It is held in February and for students in grades 10 and below.

    It covers many advanced math subjects and requires critical thinking to be able to answer questions in an accurate and timely manner so all questions can be answered in the allotted time.

    Contest schedule at the day:

    6:00pm arrive and prepare for the test

    Have students pre-fill all names and demographic information on their answer sheets prior to the competition. Students must use their full legal name, no nicknames or abbreviations. They should pay careful attention to marking their name and address accurately. 

    The test will be computer-based e-test so please take your laptop to the classroom on the day. You have to stay with the e-test page all the test. No other aids are permitted other than unmarked scratch paper, graph paper, rulers, protractors, and erasers. Calculators and other electronic devices of any kind are not allowed. The AMC 10 and AMC 12 questions do not require the use of a calculator.

    6:45-8:00pm Test time

    • Students are seated separated by an empty space, if possible.
    • Talking or asking questions during the competition is not allowed. Students must do their own work.
    • The announcement to the students will be made when there are 15 minutes left and again when there are 5 minutes left.
    • When time is up after 75 minutes, Students have to stop and submit their test without any delay.
    • The competition and solutions may not be discussed with anyone outside of the room either orally or digitally (e.g. email, online, and social media of any type) until 24 hours have passed from the official competition date. The competition booklets will be sent to students by email 24 hours after the competition period is over.

    Note: Please be on time. Students who come in 15 minutes later will not be accepted to the exam.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 11/10 to 11/10  1 Contest 6:00pm-7:30pm $30/exam non refundableLocation: Rm 3

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This exam is required to be proctored in-person in the classrooms. Please join the meeting on time. The test will be canceled for any one who comes in the classroom 15 minutes late.

    he American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 10 /12 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra and geometry concepts. It is held in February and for students in grades 10 and below.

    It covers many advanced math subjects and requires critical thinking to be able to answer questions in an accurate and timely manner so all questions can be answered in the allotted time.

    Contest schedule at the day:

    6:00pm arrive and prepare for the test

    Have students pre-fill all names and demographic information on their answer sheets prior to the competition. Students must use their full legal name, no nicknames or abbreviations. They should pay careful attention to marking their name and address accurately. 

    The test will be computer-based e-test so please take your laptop to the classroom on the day. You have to stay with the e-test page all the test. No other aids are permitted other than unmarked scratch paper, graph paper, rulers, protractors, and erasers. Calculators and other electronic devices of any kind are not allowed. The AMC 10 and AMC 12 questions do not require the use of a calculator.

    6:45-8:00pm Test time

    • Students are seated separated by an empty space, if possible.
    • Talking or asking questions during the competition is not allowed. Students must do their own work.
    • The announcement to the students will be made when there are 15 minutes left and again when there are 5 minutes left.
    • When time is up after 75 minutes, Students have to stop and submit their test without any delay.
    • The competition and solutions may not be discussed with anyone outside of the room either orally or digitally (e.g. email, online, and social media of any type) until 24 hours have passed from the official competition date. The competition booklets will be sent to students by email 24 hours after the competition period is over.

    Note: Please be on time. Students who come in 15 minutes later will not be accepted to the exam.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 11/16 to 11/16  1 Contest 6:00pm-7:30pm $30/exam non refundableLocation: Rm 1

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This exam is required to be proctored in-person in the classrooms. Please join the meeting on time. The test will be canceled for any one who comes in the classroom 15 minutes late.

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 10 /12 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra and geometry concepts. It is held in February and for students in grades 10 and below.

    It covers many advanced math subjects and requires critical thinking to be able to answer questions in an accurate and timely manner so all questions can be answered in the allotted time.

    Contest schedule at the day:

    6:00pm arrive and prepare for the test

    Have students pre-fill all names and demographic information on their answer sheets prior to the competition. Students must use their full legal name, no nicknames or abbreviations. They should pay careful attention to marking their name and address accurately. 

    The test will be computer-based e-test so please take your laptop to the classroom on the day. You have to stay with the e-test page all the test. No other aids are permitted other than unmarked scratch paper, graph paper, rulers, protractors, and erasers. Calculators and other electronic devices of any kind are not allowed. The AMC 10 and AMC 12 questions do not require the use of a calculator.

    6:45-8:00pm Test time

    • Students are seated separated by an empty space, if possible.
    • Talking or asking questions during the competition is not allowed. Students must do their own work.
    • The announcement to the students will be made when there are 15 minutes left and again when there are 5 minutes left.
    • When time is up after 75 minutes, Students have to stop and submit their test without any delay.
    • The competition and solutions may not be discussed with anyone outside of the room either orally or digitally (e.g. email, online, and social media of any type) until 24 hours have passed from the official competition date. The competition booklets will be sent to students by email 24 hours after the competition period is over.

    Note: Please be on time. Students who come in 15 minutes later will not be accepted to the exam.

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 11/16 to 11/16  1 Contest 6:00pm-7:30pm $30/exam non refundableLocation: Rm 3

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This exam is required to be proctored in-person in the classrooms. Please join the meeting on time. The test will be canceled for any one who comes in the classroom 15 minutes late.

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 10 /12 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra and geometry concepts. It is held in February and for students in grades 10 and below.

    It covers many advanced math subjects and requires critical thinking to be able to answer questions in an accurate and timely manner so all questions can be answered in the allotted time.

    Contest schedule at the day:

    6:00pm arrive and prepare for the test

    Have students pre-fill all names and demographic information on their answer sheets prior to the competition. Students must use their full legal name, no nicknames or abbreviations. They should pay careful attention to marking their name and address accurately. 

    The test will be computer-based e-test so please take your laptop to the classroom on the day. You have to stay with the e-test page all the test. No other aids are permitted other than unmarked scratch paper, graph paper, rulers, protractors, and erasers. Calculators and other electronic devices of any kind are not allowed. The AMC 10 and AMC 12 questions do not require the use of a calculator.

    6:45-8:00pm Test time

    • Students are seated separated by an empty space, if possible.
    • Talking or asking questions during the competition is not allowed. Students must do their own work.
    • The announcement to the students will be made when there are 15 minutes left and again when there are 5 minutes left.
    • When time is up after 75 minutes, Students have to stop and submit their test without any delay.
    • The competition and solutions may not be discussed with anyone outside of the room either orally or digitally (e.g. email, online, and social media of any type) until 24 hours have passed from the official competition date. The competition booklets will be sent to students by email 24 hours after the competition period is over.

    Note: Please be on time. Students who come in 15 minutes later will not be accepted to the exam.

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 01/21 to 01/21  1 Contest 4:00pm-5:00pm $30/exam non refundableLocation: Rm 2

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This exam is required to be proctored in-person in the classrooms. Please join the meeting on time. The test will be canceled for any one who comes in the classroom 15 minutes late.

    The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra and geometry concepts. It is held in November and for students in grade 8 or below and under 14.5 years of age on the day of the competition.

    It covers many advanced math subjects and requires critical thinking to be able to answer questions in an accurate and timely manner so all questions can be answered in the allotted time.

    Contest schedule at the day:

    4:00-4:20pm Arrive and prepare for the test

    Have students pre-fill all names and demographic information on their answer sheets prior to the competition. Students must use their full legal name, no nicknames or abbreviations. They should pay careful attention to marking their name and address accurately. 

    The test will be computer-based e-test so please take your laptop to the classroom on the day. You have to stay with the e-test page all the test. No other aids are permitted other than unmarked scratch paper, graph paper, rulers, protractors, and erasers. Calculators and other electronic devices of any kind are not allowed. The AMC 8 questions do not require the use of a calculator.

    4:20-5:00pm Test time

    • Students are seated separated by an empty space, if possible.
    • Talking or asking questions during the competition is not allowed. Students must do their own work.
    • The announcement to the students will be made when there are 10 minutes left and again when there are 2 minutes left.
    • When time is up after 40 minutes, Students have to stop and submit their test without any delay.
    • The competition and solutions may not be discussed with anyone outside of the room either orally or digitally (e.g. email, online, and social media of any type) until 24 hours have passed from the official competition dates. The competition booklets will be sent to students by email 24 hours after the competition period is over.

    Note: Please be on time. Students who come in 15 minutes later will not be accepted to the exam.

     

    Instructor: Manny Norse

  • 11/18 to 03/10  5 MOEMS Division E Contests Friday 5:25pm-6:00pm $50/5 tests  in the year of 2022-2023; Test dates are Fridays on Nov 18, Dec 16, Jan 27, Feb 17, Mar 10Location: Online

    This is the 2022-2023 MOEMS Math Olympiad Contests for Elementary Division (Grade 4-6). 

    Sunshine is hosting the 2022-2023 year of Math Olympiad Contests for elementary school division online remotely with the following schedule:

    Contest #1: November 18, 2022, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #2: December 16, 2022, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #3: January 27, 2023, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #4: February 17, 2023, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #5: March 10, 2023, Friday 5:25-6pm

    The online test will be monitored by Sunshine teachers by Zoom. Students need to login their Sunshine account to join the zoom meeting on the test dates. The final awards for participants will be amounced in May.

    Math Olympiad (MOEMS) promotes problem-solving. It has two levels: Elementary Division for Grade 4-6 and Middle School Division for Grade 6-8. It includes 5 contests for each year over 5 months from November to March. The goals of Math Olympiad contests are:

    • To stimulate enthusiasm and a love for Mathematics
    • To introduce important Mathematical concepts
    • To teach major strategies for problem-solving
    • To develop Mathematical flexibility in solving problems
    • To foster Mathematical creativity and ingenuity
    • To provide for the satisfaction, joy, and thrill of meeting challenges

    Last year nearly 170,000 students from about 6,000 teams on 6 continents participated in the Olympiads. All 50 states and 39 other countries were represented.

    Here are the awards for participants: https://www.moems.org/awards.htm

    Instructor: Manny Norse


2022 Winter/Spring Live Online Class

  • 11/18 to 03/10  5 MOEMS Division E Contests Friday 3:30pm-4:00pm $25/5 tests  in the year of 2021-2022; Test dates are Wednesdays on Dec 01, Jan 05, Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 23 and Mar 30Location: Online

    This is the 2022-2023 MOEMS Math Olympiad Contests for Elementary Division (Grade 4-6). 

    Sunshine is hosting the 2022-2023 year of Math Olympiad Contests for elementary school division online remotely with the following schedule:

    Contest #1: November 18, 2022, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #2: December 16, 2022, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #3: January 27, 2023, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #4: February 17, 2023, Friday 5:25-6pm

    Contest #5: March 10, 2023, Friday 5:25-6pm

    The online test will be monitored by Sunshine teachers by Zoom. Students need to login their Sunshine account to join the zoom meeting on the test dates. The final awards for participants will be amounced in May.

    Math Olympiad (MOEMS) promotes problem-solving. It has two levels: Elementary Division for Grade 4-6 and Middle School Division for Grade 6-8. It includes 5 contests for each year over 5 months from November to March. The goals of Math Olympiad contests are:

    • To stimulate enthusiasm and a love for Mathematics
    • To introduce important Mathematical concepts
    • To teach major strategies for problem-solving
    • To develop Mathematical flexibility in solving problems
    • To foster Mathematical creativity and ingenuity
    • To provide for the satisfaction, joy, and thrill of meeting challenges

    Last year nearly 170,000 students from about 6,000 teams on 6 continents participated in the Olympiads. All 50 states and 39 other countries were represented.

    Here are the awards for participants: https://www.moems.org/awards.htm



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