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Rye High School 1 Parsons Street
Rye, NY 10580

Ph: 914.967.6100 ext: 1901

Please note that the District’s current website is undergoing major construction and will be completely updated very shortly. In the meantime, if the format of any material on the District’s current website interferes with your ability to access information and you require an accommodation, please contact Kaitlyn Sassone, Director of Technology, at 914-967-6100 x6211.  To enable us to respond in a manner most helpful to you, please indicate the nature of your accessibility problem, the preferred format in which to receive the material, the Web address of the requested material, and your contact information. Further, if you would like to file a complaint concerning the accessibility of the District’s website, information and a complaint form can be found here or you can contact Kaitlyn Sassone, Director of Technology, at 914-967-6100 for further information. 
  Mathematics Department  
  Welcome to the Math Department Page! I hope this page provides students, staff, and the community with some helpful information and links. 

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions regarding mathematics curriculum and instruction.

Beth Naber
Department Coordinator of Mathematics Grades 6-12
Rye City School District
(914) 967-6100 x1245
naberb@ryeschools.org


Due to changes in the math curriculum, the high school mathematics pathways for incoming ninth graders for the 2016-2017 school year has been modified. Here is the pathways chart that Mrs. Naber referenced at the Board meeting in April 2015.  Click here to view the entire presentation.



What does math look like for the 2016-2017 8th grade students?
 

As you are aware, this year is the second year of a new mathematics pathway, which begins in 8th grade and continues into 9th & 10th grades.  Algebra 1 & 2 have been combined to create a two‐year algebra sequence. Students will learn the entire Common Core Algebra 1 curriculum within the two years, as well as the non-trigonometric topics from Common Core Algebra 2. The topics from Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 were shifted in order to appropriately align with one another.  This will allow students to go deeper into these algebraic topics each year.   The Common Core Algebra 1 Regents exam will be administered in June of the second year of Algebra. It is important to note that by reorganizing the curriculum to go deeper into fewer topics each year, not all of the Common Core Algebra 1 topics will be taught in the first year. Therefore, students will not be prepared to take the Common Core Algebra 1 Regents Examination until the end of the second year. All other courses would culminate in a departmentally‐designed final examination.   Following the Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 courses, students will take Geometry/Trigonometry.  By the end of three years, students will have completed the entire Common Core Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 standards. They are simply being reorganized to maximize learning and promote mastery.  

 

It is important to note that the year-end grade earned by your child in this year’s Algebra 1 course will appear on his/her high school transcript.  The Common Core Algebra 1 Regents Exam score will appear on the high school transcript next to your child’s 9th grade Algebra 2 grade.

 
Also, all of the 8th Grade students will take the 8th Grade State Exam in May.  



 
 
 
 
 
     
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