For students enrolled in Algebra in the fall. Review mathematics fundamentals in preparation for Algebra I. Topics include whole number concepts, fractions, decimals and percents, ratios, proportion, and signed numbers. Parents are welcome to stay. There will be assignments to be completed at home. Get ready for fall now!
For students enrolled in Geometry in the fall. Review arithmetic and elementary algebra in preparation for Geometry. Topics include mathematics fundamentals and an introduction to angles, triangles, plane figures, and solid figures. Parents are welcome to stay. Some assignments may need to be completed at home.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Fallston Hall, Rm. 208
For students entering Geometry in the Fall.No class July 23.
Join us as we continue our journey in reading. Word families and phonic decoding skills will be emphasized. This class is also great for second graders who haven't mastered reading. Instructor has over 35 years teaching experience in the public schools. Must be able to recognize basic sight words.
Is your child ready and willing to read? Join us for a fun-filled reading adventure for children who already recognize the upper and lower case letters of the alphabet. Reading skills will be taught through song, sight, and phonic recognition. Techniques and ideas will be provided for practice at home. Class size is limited so register early. The instructor has over 35 years teaching experience in the public schools.
Learn organized study skills. Topics include time management, note taking, memory retention, test taking, and outlining. Find out how to work and study smarter. Text required; available at the College Store.
Succeed academically by learning practical methods for organizing thoughtful and logical responses to writing assignments. Practice writing and rewriting to produce strong topic sentences and solid supporting details. Develop your vocabulary and learn to unlock the power of the written word.