Math

Middle School Math

In Middle School Math at St. Isidore School we aim to deliver a curriculum that engages and educates students, while also helping them to apply mathematical concepts to the real world in their daily lives. In learning these concepts, we desire that our students come to master the practices of problem solving, persevering, abstract and quantitative reasoning and modeling while adhering to precise standards, noticing patterns, using appropriate tools and maintaining consistency in their approach. We know that math can be challenging, but it is our hope that our students will come to enjoy the challenge, and recognize the intellectual and personal growth that accompany the learning process. Though our top priority is to ensure that our students have a strong grasp of the topics mentioned below, we also strive to foster an interest in mathematics that will carry them through not only this year, but their many years of mathematical learning to come.

6th Grade Math

The topics covered in 6th Grade range from Number Systems, Ratios and Proportions, Expressions and Equations to Geometry, Statistics and Probability.

7th Grade Math

The topics covered in 7th Grade range from Number Systems, Ratios and Proportions, Expressions and Equations to Probability and Geometry, in which we learn to draw, construct and describe the figures.

7th - Accelerated

The topics covered in 7th Grade range from Number Systems, Ratios and Proportions, Expressions, Equations and Functions to Probability and Geometry, in which we learn to draw, construct and describe the figures. Additionally, in this class we cover Radicals and Exponents and Volume of Cones and Cylinders.

8th Grade Regular

The topics covered in 8th Grade range from Operations with Rational Numbers, Exponents and Radicals, Proportions, Linear Equations to Volume of Cones and Cylinders and Patterns of Bivariate Data.

Algebra 1 - Accelerated 8th

The topics covered in Accelerated 8th Grade range from Number and Quantity, Equations and Inequalities to Functions, Modeling, Geometry, Statistics and Probability.