Prerequisite: Must have been enrolled in fall term. This class is not accepting new students.
In this class we will continue to use the Math-U-See Algebra 1 curriculum to develop a deeper understanding of concepts such as: graphing linear equations and inequalities, slope-intercept vs. standard form, solving systems of equations, exponents, quadratic equations, converting between units of measure, and more. This class is held on both Mondays and Wednesdays, and in addition, students will be expected to complete 2-3 hours of homework each week. Extra videos may be provided for additional support.
Math-U-See is a skills-based program that focuses on student mastery of a concept before progressing to the next concept. A syllabus will be provided for students and parents.
Using the curriculum Math-U-See, students will learn about Algebra 2. The course covers topics involving factoring polynomials, using the quadratic formula, applying the binomial theorem, and working with imaginary numbers. Each week, students will be taught a new lesson on Monday with review and practice on Wednesdays. Video lessons will be made available for support. Requires Math-U-See Algebra 2 Student Pack which includes the student workbook and test book. It costs about $45.
Homework: 3-4 hours/week
Using the curriculum Math-U-See, students will learn about Algebra 2. The course covers topics involving factoring polynomials, using the quadratic formula, applying the binomial theorem, and working with imaginary numbers. Each week, students will be taught a new lesson on Monday with review and practice on Wednesdays. Video lessons will be made available for support. An additional 1-hour will be offered for support on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-3. Requires Math-U-See Algebra 2 Student Pack ($44)
Homework: 3-4 hours/week
This is a CORE class that meets twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays for the full year. Parents are required to attend the mandatory Core Parent Meeting immediately following Family Orientation on either August 24th at 2pm, August 24th at 6pm, September 7th at 2pm, or September 7th at 6pm.
This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of Algebra 2 and its underlying concepts using the Math-U-See system. The curriculum will include both theory and application. This course will be appropriate for anyone who has successfully completed Algebra 1, and has a solid grasp of fractions, factor and multiples, radicals, negative numbers, and exponents.
This is a year-long course (32 weeks) that meets twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students taking the Algebra 2 course will learn the following skills: advanced exponents; rational expressions and factoring; polynomials and quadratics; linear equations and graphs; basic conic sections and systems of equations
Requirements:
Students must have the Math-U-See Student Pack for Algebra 2. This comes with the workbook and test booklet, and is available for purchase online at: https://www.christianbook.com/math-see-algebra-2-student-pack/pd/501131. In addition, a pad of graph paper, pencil(s) with eraser, a straightedge or ruler, a protractor, and a non-graphing scientific calculator are required.
Parents must sign each page of the lesson tests, which are due each Monday. Parents must also sign each page of the three unit tests, which are due on scheduled Mondays throughout the year.
Using the curriculum Math-U-See, students will learn Algebra 2. The course covers topics involving factoring polynomials, using the quadratic formula, applying the binomial theorem, and working with imaginary numbers. Each week, students will be taught a new lesson on Monday with review and practice on Wednesdays. Video lessons will be made available for support.
Using the curriculum Math-U-See, students will learn Algebra 2. The course covers topics involving factoring polynomials, using the quadratic formula, applying the binomial theorem, and working with imaginary numbers. Each week, students will be taught a new lesson on Monday with review and practice on Wednesdays. Video lessons will be made available for support.
PREREQUISITE - must have completed fall/winter term in order to register for this class. Not accepting new students. Using the curriculum Math-U-See, students will learn about Algebra 2. The course covers topics involving factoring polynomials, using the quadratic formula, applying the binomial theorem, and working with imaginary numbers. Each week, students will be taught a new lesson on Monday with review and practice on Wednesdays. Video lessons will be made available for support.
Requirements:
Assistants:
Homework:
None
Billable Hours Per Week:
2
Admin Tier:
Class Override
Admin Fee:
$120, Term Total = $120
Class Fee:
$104.00
Supply Fee:
$0.00
American Civics
Age 12-19
Heather Van Meter
Fall 2022
Social Studies
- Government
Schedule:
Tuesday - Classroom: 11:00 am - 11:50 am
Description:
This class will provide the foundations for American citizenship, foundations and operation of the United States government, and provide students with an understanding of civic participation including the tools to research candidates and issues. Students will be encouraged to be informed voters and participants in American democracy.
Requirements:
Students grades 6-12. No prerequisites.
Assistants:
Homework:
Up to 2 Hours Week
Billable Hours Per Week:
1
Admin Tier:
Core
Admin Fee:
$4, Term Total = $64
Class Fee:
$95.00
Supply Fee:
$0.00
American Civics and Economics
Age 14-18
Heather Cates
Fall 2021
Social Studies
- Government
Schedule:
Thursday - Classroom: 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm
Description:
This course will be divided into 2 semesters. Civics will cover a basic understanding of civic life, politics, and government with a history of government foundations and development. Economics will cover the laws of supply and demand, money, history of money, prices, the influence on the economy, and inflation/deflation. Both courses will include projects, small group activities, essays, and presentations.
Homework: 2-4 hours/week
Requirements:
Assistants:
Homework:
None
Billable Hours Per Week:
1
Admin Tier:
Class Override
Admin Fee:
$80, Term Total = $80
Class Fee:
$100.00
Supply Fee:
$2.00
American Civics and Economics
Age 14-18
Heather Cates
Spring 2022
Social Studies
- Government
Schedule:
Thursday - Classroom: 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm
Description:
This course will be divided into 2 semesters. Civics will cover a basic understanding of civic life, politics, and government with a history of government foundations and development. Economics will cover the laws of supply and demand, money, history of money, prices, the influence on the economy, and inflation/deflation. Both courses will include projects, small group activities, essays, and presentations.
Homework: 2-4 hours/week