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Kindergarten – 2nd Grade
CommonComre Have questions about the Common Core State Standards.  Watch this three-minute video to learn about why we use the CCSS, what they are for, and what they mean for your child.
https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS6Zqvu6wP9XH6LvedKzEkFtXR-LvNDQ-6_MPfHz3CJ8NCvGnXEHQ What does “Numbers and Operations in Base 10 Mean?”    The link at the left will give you additional information regarding what the grading categories mean on the report card..
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRYG2Exzr7lIH13lXp1DHNhUQ7FCWuhpeWd9XJo5KKSgnxt5DTMYQ How is your child’s grade determined in math?  What does Standards Based Assessment actually mean?  Use the link at the left to find out the answers to these and other questions.
RESOURCES
http://images.studica.com/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/product/CrocodileClips/15sumdog.png Sumdog is a free interactive math site that provides students with engaging games that increase a student’s math proficiency and efficiency.  D.C. Everest will occasionally run district competitions through Sumdog.  Email your child’s teacher for a username and a password.
http://thequeenteacher.wikispaces.com/file/view/math.jpg/241437513/math.jpg This link will send the student to PearsonSuccessnet.com.  This site houses remedial resources, online assessments, alternative lessons, an online textbook, and other resources. 
Email your child’s teacher for a username and a password.
MobyMax MobyMax is an intervention program that provides MUCH more than just math. Many other subjects are embedded within MobyMax. It offers instruction and practice at a skill-based level that can be customized for each student. Students should be confined to no more than 2-3 times per week at 10-15 minutes per time.
TenMarks TenMarks reinforces classroom instruction and builds deep conceptual understanding and procedural fluency while having the ability to be customized for each student. It offers practice and video-based help for students.
3rd – 5th Grade
CommonComre Have questions about the Common Core State Standards.  Watch this 3 minute video to learn about why we use the CCSS, what they are for, and what they mean for your child.
https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS6Zqvu6wP9XH6LvedKzEkFtXR-LvNDQ-6_MPfHz3CJ8NCvGnXEHQ What does “Numbers and Operations in Base 10 Mean?”    The link at the left will give you additional information regarding what the grading categories mean on the report card..
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRYG2Exzr7lIH13lXp1DHNhUQ7FCWuhpeWd9XJo5KKSgnxt5DTMYQ How is your child’s grade determined in math?  What does Standards Based Assessment actually mean?  Use the link at the left to find out the answers to these and other questions.
http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/assess/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/sbac-logo.jpg This link explains the Smarter Balanced Assessment (or what we know about it), and provides examples of released problems and possible solutions at each grade level. 
RESOURCES
http://thequeenteacher.wikispaces.com/file/view/math.jpg/241437513/math.jpg This link will send the student to PearsonSuccessnet.com.  This site houses remedial resources, online assessments, alternative lessons, an online textbook, and other resources. 
Email your child’s teacher for a username and a password.
http://images.studica.com/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/product/CrocodileClips/15sumdog.png Sumdog is a free interactive math site that provides students with engaging games that increase a student’s math proficiency and efficiency.  D.C. Everest will occasionally run district competitions through Sumdog.  Email your child’s teacher for a username and a password.
http://sams.ultranet.school.nz/DataStore/Pages/CLASS_1424/Docs/Documents/xtramath.gif XtraMath is a nonprofit organization dedicated to math achievement for all.  The goal of XtraMath is to develop effective, efficient, adaptive and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities for free.
This site focuses on math facts.  Email your child’s teacher for a username and password.
MobyMax MobyMax is an intervention program that provides MUCH more than just math. Many other subjects are embedded within MobyMax. It offers instruction and practice at a skill-based level that can be customized for each student. Students should be confined to no more than 2-3 times per week at 10-15 minutes per time.
TenMarks TenMarks reinforces classroom instruction and builds deep conceptual understanding and procedural fluency while having the ability to be customized for each student. It offers practice and video-based help for students.
6th – 8th Grade
CommonComre Have questions about the Common Core State Standards.  Watch this 3 minute video to learn about why we use the CCSS, what they are for, and what they mean for your child.
https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS6Zqvu6wP9XH6LvedKzEkFtXR-LvNDQ-6_MPfHz3CJ8NCvGnXEHQ What does “Numbers and Operations in Base 10 Mean?”    The link at the left will give you additional information regarding what the grading categories mean on the report card..
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRYG2Exzr7lIH13lXp1DHNhUQ7FCWuhpeWd9XJo5KKSgnxt5DTMYQ How is your child’s grade determined in math?  What does Standards Based Assessment actually mean?  Use the link at the left to find out the answers to these and other questions.
http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/assess/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/sbac-logo.jpg This link explains the Smarter Balanced Assessment (or what we know about it), and provides examples of released problems and possible solutions at each grade level. 
RESOURCES
http://images.studica.com/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/product/CrocodileClips/15sumdog.png Sumdog is a free interactive math site that provides students with engaging games that increase a student’s math proficiency and efficiency.  D.C. Everest will occasionally run district competitions through Sumdog.  Email your child’s teacher for a username and a password.
http://sams.ultranet.school.nz/DataStore/Pages/CLASS_1424/Docs/Documents/xtramath.gif XtraMath is a nonprofit organization dedicated to math achievement for all.  The goal of XtraMath is to develop effective, efficient, adaptive and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities for free.
This site focuses on math facts.  Email your child’s teacher for a username and password.
MobyMax MobyMax is an intervention program that provides MUCH more than just math. Many other subjects are embedded within MobyMax. It offers instruction and practice at a skill-based level that can be customized for each student. Students should be confined to no more than 2-3 times per week at 10-15 minutes per time.
TenMarks TenMarks reinforces classroom instruction and builds deep conceptual understanding and procedural fluency while having the ability to be customized for each student. It offers practice and video-based help for students.
9th – 12th Grade
Information for Parents This link explains what parents need to know about 9th through 12th grade, the purpose of every course, how a grade is earned for each course, and how parents can help their children succeed.  The link also explains different course options available and the transitions between the Junior and Senior High.
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Email your child’s teacher for a username and a password.
http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRxwIcngvprenYcOJQos2FP6Fwy7UiQsd3w3vL3h01lxuwjHiZRKw The ACT is the most common assessment taken by Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors as they prepare for life after high school.  This site provides practice tests, study techniques, and many other resources as students plan to take the ACT. 
http://www.dce.k12.wi.us/srhigh/math/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/SAT.jpg The SAT is often taken by students who plan to attend a school outside of Wisconsin.  This site provides practice tests, study techniques, and many other resources as students plan to take the SAT. 
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What does the level mean?
The EMPT (Early Mathematics Placement Test) will be taken by all students in a math class beyond Geometry.  The EMPT was designed by the UW-System as an indicator of student preparedness for college level mathematics.
http://www.dce.k12.wi.us/srhigh/math/Information/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/Asvab.gif The ASVAB is a military entrance assessment.  This site provides practice tests, study techniques, and many other resources as students plan to take the ASVAB.
https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSnB_BsfyuswWM6RMZM0LIEvOb9fZDcLlCRyYD1XK7_L0a83b2O This link explains what the Common Core State Standards expect of students as they prepare for college or a career.  It also explains what D.C. Everest is doing to meet the needs of the Common Core Standards in Mathematics.
http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/assess/http://dcemath.dce.k12.wi.us/images/sbac-logo.jpg This link explains the Smarter Balanced Assessment (or what we know about it), and provides examples of released problems and possible solutions at each grade level. 
Course Offerings This site describes the options offered from the D.C. Everest School District in Mathematics.  It also provides the rationale for taking specific courses based on future career interests.
Student’s Challenges of the Quarter A challenge will be posted each week offering students an opportunity to engage themselves in a higher order thinking mathematical problem.  Several problems will be posted each quarter.  Students can choose any problem or all problems.  See your teacher for additional information.