Mathematics Program

Competent Teachers

Teachers reflect on teaching and learning and adjust instruction to students' needs. Teachers share teaching strategies during weekly grade level meetings. A certified math interventionist is on staff and pushes into classrooms to work with small groups to better apply and understand strategies for solving problems. 

Research Based Curriculum

    1. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
    2. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
    3. Model with mathematics.
    4. Use appropriate tools strategically.
    5. Attend to precision.
    6. Look for and make use of structure.
    7. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.


Manipulatives are available to teach all strands of math (number and operations, algebra, measurement, geometry, and data analysis and probability) from counting bears, to decimal squares, to Hands-on Equations.

Basic facts are reinforced and enriched Web-Based Practice and Incentives.
We have a growing library of Math Literature that connects reading and math.
Technology is utilized in classrooms and the computer lab through Promethean software, I-Pads, Google Chromebooks and laptops. 

Test Practices in the Classroom