## Math 65

###### 5th – 7th Grades

Monday: 11:45 pm – 1:15 pm

*Mrs. Meier*

Math 65 is a good transition from elementary arithmetic classes to junior high level maths. It solidifies concepts in number sense, division, fractions, decimals, percents, roots, powers, and simple geometry. The class will “camp out” on trouble spots if necessary and make sure students have understanding before moving on to the next math skill. Homework will cover newly learned topics, as well as practice from previous lessons, so students do not forget but rather keep their skills sharp. Placement test may be required.

- 1 composition notebook
- 4 spiral notebooks
- Pencils
- Scissors
- Ruler
- Glue Stick
- Protractor

## Math 76

###### 6th – 8th Grades

Monday: 11:45 am – 1:15 pm

*Mr. Metz *

Give your thinking skills a good workout! This class builds on the arithmetic foundation of elementary school to transition to Pre-Algebra. It covers concepts and skills students need for success, such as negative numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, probability, measurement, perimeter, area, volume, basic geometry, unit conversion, angles, coordinates, graphs, and introductory algebra. We will use Saxon Math 76, which provides frequent review, in order to practice and retain new concepts. Placement test may be required.

- 1 composition notebook
- 4 spiral notebooks
- Pencils
- Ruler
- Protractor
- Compass with a screw adjuster

## Pre-Algebra

###### 7th – 9th Grades

Monday: 10:00 am – 11:30 am

*Mrs. Howe*

The skills you learn in this class, using the textbook Saxon Algebra 1/2, will set the foundation for all future maths. Topics covered include absolute value, like terms, exponents, work problems, inequalities, square roots, solving single and multi-variable equations, polynomials, graphing, scientific notation, basic geometry, quadratic equations, and much more. Grades 7-9, must have successfully completed 7th Grade Math. Placement test may be required.

- 1 composition notebook
- 4 spiral notebooks
- Pencils
- Scissors
- Glue Stick
- Ruler
- Protractor
- Compass

## Algebra I

###### 8th – 10th Grades

Monday: 10:00 am – 11:30 am

*Mrs. Meier*

Although you might not think so at first, algebra is used all around us. The skills you learn in this high school credit class, using the textbook Saxon Algebra I, will help you for the rest of your life. Topics covered include absolute value, like terms, introductory geometry, exponents, work problems, inequalities, square roots, solving single and multi-variable equations, polynomials, graphing, scientific notation, quadratic equations, and much more. Must have successfully completed Pre-Algebra or 8th Grade Math. Placement test may be required.

- 1 composition notebook
- 4 spiral notebooks
- Pencils
- Ruler
- Protractor

## Algebra II

###### 10th – 12th Grades

Monday: 10:00 am – 11:30 am

*Mr. Metz*

The high school plans of educated students should definitely include Algebra II. This course takes the basic concepts learned in Algebra I and applies them to a myriad of applications. In fact, Algebra II teaches the skills needed for high school Physics and almost all college science courses. Topics covered include solving systems of equations, radicals, advanced graphing, rates, circles, chemistry problems, uniform motion, force vectors, complex numbers, variable relationships, exponential equations, logarithms, permutations, statistics, probability, and much more. Grades 10-12, must have successfully completed Algebra I.

- 4 spiral notebooks
- Pencils
- Graphing Calculator such as TI-84 or scientific calculator such as TI-

30X or TI-30XIIS (must have “sin,” “cos,” and “tan”)