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MATHEMATICS

The teaching and learning of mathematics begins in an environment where the activities, tasks, and dialogue provide a framework for the development of mathematical ability in all learners. Evidence of this practice is observed when learners can communicate mathematically, reason logically, problem solve, and exhibit the ability to persevere in their work. The math curriculum follows the Pennsylvania Core Standards for Mathematics. Content focuses on numbers and operations, algebraic concepts, geometry, measurement, data, and probability. The Governor Mifflin School District offers a mathematics program with a variety of courses combining traditional theory with practical application.

Please use the menu on the left of the screen to help you explore more about our K-12 program.

 

MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM & RESOURCES

Elementary
Introduction

The Governor Mifflin School District math curriculum is designed to empower all learners in mathematics while addressing the Pennsylvania Core Standards for Mathematics. Our course of study actively engages learners in this pursuit while utilizing best mathematical practices in delivering the Everyday Mathematics program.
Grade level goals indicate the end-of-year expectation for student achievement.

Resources

Everyday Math
Everyday Math Login
Algorithm Videos
Study Island (Provides extra practice for students in grades 2 and up)

Secondary
Introduction

The Governor Mifflin School District math curriculum is designed to empower all learners in mathematics. Our courses were designed to meet the Pennsylvania Core Standards in Mathematics.

There are varieties of courses at the secondary level.  We offer courses to meet the needs of all students including students completing their study of Algebra 1 up to and including AP courses that include content typically learned at the collegiate level.  Pennsylvania has revised graduation requirements for all students in the class of 2017 and beyond. In addition to previous state and local graduation requirements, these students are required to take and reach proficiency on the Keystone Exam in Algebra 1.  Students who have completed Algebra 1 but have not yet reached proficiency are provided with a course to provide the additional instruction they need to learn this critical course content.

Please see the current Program of Studies book for high school course sequence and descriptions.