• Algebra I*

    Basic concepts of the four principles—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division—are extended to the use of positive and negative numbers and polynomial expressions. Solving equations, verbal problems, factoring of polynomials are some areas covered. This course is for students who have not been offered a full year Algebra 1 course or those who have not successfully completed a full year of Algebra. 

     Algebra I* is taught using Algebra Connections.  According to the CPM website, "Algebra Connections is the first course in a five-year sequence of college preparatory mathematics courses that delivers traditionally rigorous algebraic content using a problem-based approach. It has strong threads woven throughout the course on multiple representations and the meaning of a solution. A major focus of the course is to develop multiple strategies to solve problems and to recognize multiple ways of understanding concepts."
     
    To find a parent guide and student supports, please visit: 
    Algebra II/Geometry
    To learn more about this class, please visit  Mrs. Jessica Justiniano's web page.
    To learn more about a co-taught classroom, please visit:

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