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  • The honors testing for current 8th grade students who are taking Accelerated mathematics will occur in February. In order to qualify for the honors program at the High School, a student must meet at least six of the following criteria:

    • 6th Grade Legacy MCAS score 530+
      •    7th Grade Next Gen MCAS score 530+
      •    Continental Math League Test score 18+ out of 30 points
      •    New England Math League Test score 20+ out of 35 points
      •    Grade Average 95%
      •    Teacher Recommendation
    • Passing the honors placement test

     

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    Mathematics Placement Process

    In May, 6th grade students will begin the placement process for 7th grade mathematics.   Students are recommended for one of three levels as described in the Course of Studies.  

    • 4th Grade Legacy MCAS score – 530 +
    • 5th Grade Next Gen MCAS score – 530 + 
    • Average of five Continental Math League Test – 3.6 average
    • New England Math League Test – 20+
    • Term 1, 2, & 3 average – 96%+
    • Basic Skills Test – 90%+
    • Aptitude Test – 85%+
    • Teacher Input

    In order to qualify for honors, students will need to be successful in at least six of the criteria above. Students and families will be notified of their placement for mathematics classes next spring. 

     

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  • Through his website MathwithMatthew.com, Matthew provides visitors with podcast episodes, math music videos, educational resources, and a video blog.

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  • High School Math Scope and Sequence
     
    High School Math Scope and Sequence
     
    Download .pdf Here: HS Math Scope
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  • Big Ideas
    Big Ideas Math: Interested in learning about the middle and now high school math curriculum in Chelmsford? Click here to watch a clip with Chelmsford teachers Jen Salmon and Karen Lococo.  
     
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  • Fact Fluency Guide
     
    The Fact Fluency Guide for parents illustrates what mathematical skills students need for the next academic school year.  This Common Core based presentation also suggests summer practice activities for students entering grades one to four. Click Here to Download
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  • Dr. Beyranevand

    Dr. Matthew Beyranevand
    K-12 Mathematics Coordinator
    Phone:  978-251-5111 x5552
    beyranevandm@chelmsford.k12.ma.us

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