Skip to main content

Math

Department Chair: Tracy Weber
 
Department Members:

Anna Marie Pasternak

Manju Chandna
Richard Scoville
Thomas Nicholson


n all mathematics classes, students have the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of teaching strategies based on student data, and teachers  address all learning styles.

Teachers motivate all students to meet or exceed state standards by providing an effective and stimulating learning environment. Students are exposed to  the following concepts by the end of the eighth grade:   algebraic expressions and integers, solving one and two step equations and inequalities, solving and graphing linear equations and functions, ratios, proportions, writing linear equations, systems of linear equations and inequalities, exponents and exponential functions, quadratic equations and functions, polynomials and factoring, rational equations and functions, data analysis and probability.

Teachers will create experiences and opportunities to academic achievements, which will provide them with personal growth.


California Common Core State Standards for Mathematics