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     Mathematics knows no races or geographic boundaries;
     for mathematics, the cultural world is one country.

    David Hilbert (1862−1943)

    High School Math Courses:  Course Overview
    Year V Accomplishments:    http://goo.gl/forms/JMmuvM2lWpu78SlA2 
    Wish List needs for the classroom:  Kleenex, hand sanitizer, Crayola brand color markers, Graph paper, Loose leaf paper, Sharpie permanent markers 
    Students can use http://www.interactmath.com throughout the year to help with practice problems and keep them fresh on Math concepts. Math 2 and Math 3 students should select the Universal Algebra II textbook and the Universal Geometry textbook. Pre-Calculus should select the Sullivan Pre-Calculus 5th edition textbook.  Free books are also available as iOS or Android apps,in iTunes University or thru CK-12 website.
    HS Math Students MUST BE proficient in adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers and fractions, solving multi-step equations, solving systems of equations algebraically and graphically, finding line of best fit given a set of data, factoring and solving algebraically quadratic equations, solving quadratic word problems by finding the zeros, roots or vertex, simplifying radicals and finding the mean, median, mode of a given set of data.

    Math is not a spectator sport, therefore, the best way to learn Math is by doing, working problems and being an active learner. In the class room, students are expected to:
    • Be Respectful
    • Be Responsible
    • Be Attentive
    • Be Cooperative
    • Be Productive