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2019 GCTM Elections

It's time to elect new GCTM officers!

The 2019 GCTM officer elections are running from Monday, April 15, 2019 to Monday, April 29, 2019, and we need your vote!

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GMC 2019

We are pleased to announce...

The 60th Annual
Georgia Mathematics Conference

October 16-18, 2019
Save the Date!

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Dear GCTM teachers,

We wish to let you know about a wonderful mathematics opportunity for you and your students, which will take place on the afternoon of Saturday, March 9, as part of the Atlanta Science Festival, at Decatur's Ebster Recreation Center. It's called Mathapalooza!, it is free, and it will be full of:

  • Puzzles and games
  • Magic
  • Mathematical courtroom drama
  • Music and dance
  • Artwork
  • Soap bubbles
  • origami
  • virtual reality
and much more! There will be mathematical fun for all ages, beginning with a magic show shortly after 1:00.

A promotional poster is included below, which you are encouraged to share widely with your students, your network of math teachers, and anyone else who may be interested in coming to Decatur on March 9 for Mathapalooza! You can also follow us via Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Please contact Prof. Harrell at Georgia Tech if your students or faculty would like to volunteer. It will help if Mathapalooza! appears in the subject line.

Math Day at the Capitol 2019!

The Sixth Annual Math Day at the Capitol is scheduled for Tuesday, February 12. Senator Butch Miller is sponsoring the resolution that will be read in the Senate shortly after 10 a.m. GCTM members are invited to be present in the Senate gallery and will be recognized after the reading of the resolution. Members are encouraged to arrive at the Capitol by 9:30 to go through security and be in the gallery when the session begins.

**Please complete this Doodle Poll if you plan on attending so that we will have an idea of the number of people to expect.

Here are some details about accessing the Capitol:

  • To enter the Capitol building, visitors may use the Washington Street or Mitchell Street (ground floor) entrances of the Capitol.
  • When the state legislature is in session (January – April), the closest public parking lot is located one block from the Capitol at 65 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive (at the former World of Coca-Cola building). Parking fees apply. Please call 404-872-8868 for additional information about this lot.
  • Metered parking is available on city streets.
  • Additional information about parking can be found here.
  • All adults aged 18 and older must show a photo I.D. upon entering the Capitol. In compliance with security regulations, visitors must enter the Capitol through a metal detector; the X-ray machine must examine hand-carried items. No weapons, including pocketknives, are allowed in the Capitol.
  • Pictures are allowed throughout the Capitol, with the exception of the House and Senate Galleries when the General Assembly is in session (January - April).

Hope to see you there!

Save the Date! Math Day at the Capitol: February 12th, 2019

Come join us as State Senator Chuck Hufstetler sponsors a resolution declaring February 12th Math Day. More details coming soon!