Course: Middle School Math # 1
Grade Level:
 advanced 5 – 6 (struggling 7th graders may register)
Day/Time: Wednesday 9:00 – 10:30am
Instructor: Ellie Ingle
Cost: $57 per month + $30 registration fee
Book: Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 1 (2003/2004 ed.), ISBN# 0130631361; Prentice Hall Math Course 1 Study Guide and Practice Workbook (2004 copyright – paperback), ISBN# 0131254553. Order used online or call 1-800-848-9500.
Description: This is an introduction to what students will face as they enter middle school math. We create a path for students to develop an in-depth understanding of key mathematical concepts needed to succeed in higher level math classes. This foundational class introduces the concepts needed for Middle School Math #2 and some early Pre-Algebra. We will cover whole numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, ratios, proportions, percentages, data/graphs, geometry concepts, and integers. In addition to classroom teaching, some on-line teaching resources (videos & examples) will be used to enhance the class and help students when they are working on their own to better understand the course material. Homework will be assigned to enhance classroom lessons and given for each day of the week, while tests will be given at the end of each chapter. If your child is advanced in math as a 6th grader, please look into Middle School Math #2 class.

Course: Middle School Math # 2
Grade Level:
 advanced 6-7 (struggling 8th graders may register)
Day/Time: Wednesday 12:35 – 2:05pm
Instructor: Ellie Ingle
Cost: $57 per month + $30 registration fee
Book: Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 2 (2003/2004 ed.), ISBN# 0130685542; Prentice Hall Math Course 2 Study Guide and Practice Workbook (2004 copyright – paperback), ISBN# 0131254561. Order used online or call 1-800-848-9500.
Description: If your child is an average 7th grade math student, this is the course we recommend. This foundational class should be the last fundamental math class your child will ever need and will cover the concepts needed for Pre-Algebra. We will continue the foundational objectives needed to prepare students for Pre-Algebra, while covering decimals, integers, exponents, fractions, geometry measurement, equations, and inequalities. In addition to classroom teaching, some on-line teaching resources (videos & examples) will be used to enhance the class and help students when they are working on their own to better understand the course material. Homework will be assigned for each day of the week, while tests will occur at the end of each chapter. If your 7th grader is advanced in math, please look at our Pre-Algebra class.

Course: Pre-Algebra
Grade Level:
 advanced 7-8 (struggling 9th graders may register)
Day/Time: Wednesday 10:40 – 12:10pm
Instructor: Ellie Ingle
Cost: $59 per month + $30 registration fee
Book: McDougal Littell Passport to Algebra and Geometry, ISBN# 0395879884.  Order used on-line or call 1-800-462-6595
Description: This course covers the math basics and prepares the student for Algebra I. We will introduce algebraic concepts to the basics of math learned in middle school. Topics that will be covered include: solving integer equations, multi-step equations, distributive properties, proportions, probability, solving fraction equations, inequality equations, and graphing linear equations. In addition to classroom teaching, some on-line teaching resources (videos & examples) will be used to enhance the class and help students when they are working on their own to better understand the course material. Homework will be assigned to enhance classroom lessons and given for each day of the week, while tests will be given at the end of each chapter. If your child is in 7th grade, they need to be well advanced in math to take this class.

Course: Algebra I
Grade Level:
 8-10 (8th graders can register if they have had Pre-Algebra)
Day/Time: Tuesday and Thursday 8:35 – 9:50am OR Tuesday and Thursday 10:45 – 12:00 (noon)
Instructor: Sherrie Forrest (8:35 – 9:50am) and Rachel Scott (10:45 – 12:00 section)
Cost: $71 per month + $35 registration fee
Book: Elementary Algebra, by Larson and Hostetler (4th Ed.), ISBN# 0-618-38817-6. Shop used online at AmazonAbeBookshalf.com, etc. NOTE: Please make sure you do not buy the instructor’s book!
Description: This is a college-prep Algebra I course. Students will transition from manipulation of known numbers to finding an unknown value that is represented by a variable. It is the starting point for learning mathematical symbolic reasoning. Topics covered include a review of the arithmetic skills needed to succeed in algebra, monomials and polynomial expressions, factoring to simplify and solve equations, solving and graphing linear and quadratic equations, and developing critical problem-solving skills by applying algebraic concepts to practical situations. This course provides the foundation for success in advanced math courses. Homework will be assigned at each class and will be due at the beginning of the next class, and a quiz or test will be given about every 2 weeks. Course prerequisite: A grade of 70% or higher in Pre-Algebra.

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