The Math Makes a Difference Campaign has announced the winners of their Fall Challenge. Kindergarten through 8th grade students across Jackson County were encouraged to go to the Math Makes a Difference website and answer a question to be entered into a drawing. On Monday the campaign announced the winners of this years challenge. Derban Demeuse from Hanover-Horton Elementary and Deavien Thompson from the Middle School at Parkside won the random drawing for the Jackson Area Manufacturer’s Association Math and Science Camp Scholarship. Sadie Fisher from Dible Elementary won the random iPod touch drawing and Ms. Tara Robinson’s 5th grade class at Northwest Elementary won the 100% participation award, every student won and iPod touch and Tara Robinson won an iPad. Over 1,900 students entered the challenge and 66 classes entered the drawing for the whole class. The Math Makes a Difference Campaign is a collaboration between the Jackson County ISD, Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Network, Community Action Agency of Jackson, Lenawee and Hillsdale, United Way of Jackson, Jackson County Government, Spring Arbor University, Baker College, Jackson Community College, Jackson District Library and the Jackson Promise. The goal of the campaign is to improve the math skills of Jackson County students. The prizes were paid for through the donations by the participating institutions.