Welcome To Honors Math
***You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.***
Please see Google Classroom for Online Assignments and Class Materials for each grade level.
- test on chapter 6 next Wednesday, 2/8
- quiz on Course 2, chapter 1 next week
- test on Wednesday
- Chapter 6 test next week (TBD)
- Quiz next Tuesday or Wednesday on Course 2 Chapter 1 lessons
HM5: none due to test
HM4: Practice Test
- Module 10 Test tomorrow
- test on chapter 6 next week (TBD)
Links to important websites:
- IXL (for all grade levels)
- HMH ED (K-5): Into Math Series published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
- ConnectED (6-8): Glencoe Series published by McGraw Hill
- (IXL, HMH, and ConnectED usernames and passwords will be given in school)
- Prodigy Game for fourth and fifth grades: https://play.prodigygame.com/
- Desmos for eighth grade: graphing calculator features
Program admission for the 2022-2023 School Year
- The protocol for accepting students into this program includes the following:
- Standardized testing grades (Terra Nova):
- Math: composite score of 90% or above
- CSI (InView testing): In the range of 125 (118 or above)
- Reading: composite score of 85% or above
- Final grades in math:
- From third grade entering the program in fourth grade: VG or O
- From fourth grade entering the program in fifth grade: 93 or above.
- Final grades in reading: 85 (G) or above for all students
- Teacher Recommendation
- Effort grades – 4
- Participation in the Honors Math Program is contingent upon the approval of the Archdiocesan Mathematics Committee.
- Students not meeting the above criteria will not be admitted into the program without approval. Some students may be invited to join the program on a probationary basis.
- New this year: In order to remain in Honors Math class, the student must maintain at least an 85 average (end of year average).