MathStudents use problem-solving and visual representations to interpret data, create tables and graphs, add and subtract like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers, express decimals as fractions and mixed numbers, measure angles, and find area and perimeter.
Language ArtsA focus on reading strategies helps students become better readers and connect more deeply with both fiction and nonfiction. Students use the writing process to develop original compositions.
Students study life science, physical science, and earth science.
Students study regions of the United States and basic geography using maps, globes and graphs.
Spreadsheets, tables, charts, and graphs are integrated throughout the curriculum.
ArtStudents improve skills using lines, light sources, and motion.