Cycle Days at GFMS
Monday, May 22- Cycle 2
Tuesday, May 23- Cycle 1
Wednesday, May 24- Cycle 2
Thursday, May 25- Cycle 1
Friday, May 26- Cycle 2
Monday, May 22- Cycle 2
Tuesday, May 23- Cycle 1
Wednesday, May 24- Cycle 2
Thursday, May 25- Cycle 1
Friday, May 26- Cycle 2
Graduation for 8th graders is June 22.
This vaccine is now required for students in grades 7, 8 and 12. Please call your child's Doctor with any questions.
INTEGRATED ALGEBRA
The study of number sense, algebra, geometry & measurement. Topics include polynomial operations, solving linear equations, logic, system of equations, factoring trinomials, evaluating integral expressions, geometric relationships, and transformational geometry. CRITERIA FOR PLACEMENT IN ACCELERATED 8th grade CC ALGEBRA.pdf
MATH 5
Study of number sense, algebra, geometry & measurement. Topics include comparing and ordering fractions and decimals, 3-digit by 3-digit multiplication, diving 3 digits by 1 and 2 digits, order of operations, solving equations and coordinate geometry.
MATH 6
Study of number sense, algebra, geometry & measurement, fraction operations, volume, area, number properties, scientific notation, exponential notation, solving 2-step equations, ration and proportion, probability and statistics.
MATH 7
Study of number sense, algebra, geometry and measurement. Topics include integer operations, absolute value, Pythagorean's theorem, exponent rules, adding and subtracting monomials, translating verbal expressions, solving multi-step equations, volume, map scales.
MATH 7 ACCELERATED
Study of number sense, algebra, geometry and measurement. Topics include integer operations, absolute value, Pythagorean's theorem, exponent rules, adding and subtracting monomials, translating verbal expressions, solving multi-step equations, volume, map scales
Math acceleration on letterhead 2016.pdf Math 7 Accelerated SELECTION RUBRIC2016.pdf TTRRubric 2016.pdf
MATH 8
Study of number sense, algebra, geometry and measurement. Topics include polynomial operations, solving linear equations, factoring trinomials, evaluating integral expressions, geometric relationships and transformational geometry.