SpringBoard Rules

Splash Math SpringBoard for Schools 2019 Official Rules

Please read these rules for the Splash Math SpringBoard Contest for Schools 2019 ("Contest", “SpringBoard”). By participating in the contest acknowledge that you have read and agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of Splash Math and the judges and that you satisfy all eligibility requirements.

What is SpringBoard by Splash Math?

Splash Math is on a mission to create fun learning experiences that motivate young learners to achieve mastery in math skills.
Splash Math provides an interactive and engaging math practice for K-5 students. It has benefited over 20 Million kids across the USA and Canada. 

SpringBoard is an annual nationwide math contest for schools in USA and Canada designed to help students master the current grade skills. During this 10-week contest, points are earned by students by answering problems, answering correctly and mastering math skills in the process.

When is SpringBoard 2019?

Splash Math SpringBoard 2019 will run from March 4th 12:00 am (PT) to May 13th 12:59 am (PT).

Who can participate in SpringBoard?

Splash Math SpringBoard is open to elementary school teachers who are the residents of USA and Canada. Entrants must have the authority to enter the Contest on behalf of his/her elementary school which must (a) be an elementary school physically located in the 50 United States or the District of Columbia and Canada with 50 or more enrolled students; (b) should have 1 or more students in one classroom using Splash Math.

Teachers must be registered for a Splash Math Classroom account prior to entering the contest. The contest and its official rules are void where prohibited by law, and are subject to applicable laws. Entrants may not be members of any guild, union or other organization that may prohibit them from participating in this Contest and that would restrict, require due payment or otherwise have the right to oppose such entrant's participation in this Contest. Not open to employees or independent contractors, or immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, grandparents, siblings, children, and grandchildren) or those living in the same household of employees or independent contractors of Splash Math, any entity involved in any aspect of the Contest (including funding, judging or administration), advertising agencies, and each of their respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, advisors, or advertising/promotion agencies.

Where does SpringBoard take place?

Online. All you need is a Splash Math Classroom account and an internet connection to participate! Once you have this account set up, your students can log into Splash Math and start working on their math skills. All of the work during the contest period will count towards your progress on Splash Math.

What devices can I use to access Splash Math content?

All teachers who have registered a Splash Math Classroom account are participants in this contest. You can use any computer, tablet, or mobile device to access Splash Math.

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