Secondary Mathematics Overview
In Secondary Mathematics, our curriculum provides rich, challenging opportunities for our students that prepares them for success in college and career. In our math classes students explore and describe observations, explain their thinking, and ask questions. They are encouraged to use multiple approaches to solve problems and show different ways of thinking. It is our mission to matriculate/graduate/prepare problem-solvers who view challenges as an opportunity to think flexibly, innovatively and efficiently.
The Secondary Mathematics Department provides support to parents by offering updates regarding mathematics courses available to students at the secondary level. Visit 6-8 Mathematics and 9-12 Mathematics pages often for updates in the world of Secondary Mathematics.
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Helping Your Child Succeed as a Mathematics Student
Visit the U.S. Department of Education to learn some strategies you can use to help your child be a successful mathematics student.
How to Help: Show That You Think Education and Homework Are Important
Homework is an opportunity for children to learn and for families to be involved in their children's education. However, helping children with homework isn't always easy. Visit the U.S. Department of Education to learn some strategies on how you can support your child at home.
How to Help: Provide Guidance
Visit the U.S. Department of Education to learn some ways in which you can provide guidance without taking over your child's homework.