Updated Dates for
Math Fair:

Applications & Spreadsheet due:

February 1
Papers due: March 8
Presentations due:

March 22

Contact Information:

LI Math Fair President
Charlie Windwer

LI Math Fair Committee

A Message from Christine Pette:

This year the Math Fair papers will be submitted electronically to the Math Fair Google Drive (same as last year).
​New for this year, the students will use FlipGrid to create a presentation for the judges. Below are links to the application packet (both pdf and odt formats) with all the information you need to get started, as well as the spreadsheet, which must accompany your documents. 

Special thanks to Dr. Joyce Bernstein for providing us with a copy of her timeline for preparing students for the Math Fair!!  


The 2021 Al Kalfus Mathematics Fair will be held virtually!

Nassau County Association of Mathematics Supervisors

Welcome to the website for information on the Long Island Math Fair!!  

The Math Fair is an excellent way to help students who have an interest in mathematics explore topics outside the realm of the traditional required mathematics courses!  In addition, it will give top students the opportunity to do (create?!?) original mathematics for themselves!  Below you will find files from the Math Fair Committee to help students and teachers alike on the path to participating in the Math Fair.  

​Please remember the most important rule, this is an opportunity to have FUN with mathematics!!

Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair

2020 - 2021