Harrisonburg City Public Schools

HCPS MATHEMATICS

Home of the PRIDE!

1311 West Market Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Phone: (540) 434-1949 * Facsimile: (540) 434-4052

MATH VIDEOS

View some math videos @ http://www.khanacademy.org/

This site features an uncle who wanted to share some of his math ideas with his nieces! popular to many! ... enjoy!

NEW TEXTBOOK TITLES:

Grades K-5

Math in Focus : A Singapore approach; Houghton Mifflin

www.mathinfocus.com

Grade 6-8: Big Ideas Math; Ron Larson

www.bigideasmath.com

Algebra I: Prentice Hall Mathematics

Algebra II:  Prentice Hall Mathematics

Geometry: Prentice Hall Mathematics

 

http://web.harrisonburg.k12.va.us/thms/

Problem of the WEEK!!!! HAVE SOME FUN!!!

http://mathcounts.org/Page.aspx?pid=355

JUST IN!!!!!Content Teaching Academy Summer 2011- see workshop page

 

Dates for the 2011 Mathematical Olympiad Summer Program

The 2011 Mathematical Olympiad Summer Program will again take place on the University of Nebraska, Lincoln campus in Lincoln, NE starting with arrivals on Tuesday, June 7, 2011.The MOSP will continue for 3-1/2 weeks with departures scheduled for Friday,
July 1, 2011.

 American Mathematics Problems: Test Yourself!:)

2011 Problems

Test yourself with the problems from this year's USAMO and USAJMO competitions:

Skyline

Home of the Falcons

470 Linda Lane

Harrisonburg, VA 22802

Phone: (540) 434-6862 * Facsimile: (540) 434-6453

http://web.harrisonburg.k12.va.us/skms/

 

PROBLEM OF THE WEEK! CLICK HERE for some fun!

http://mathcounts.org/Page.aspx?pid=355

JUST IN!!!!!Content Teaching Academy Summer 2011- see workshop page

 

Math Coordinator

Who are Math Specialists?

Based in elementary and middle schools, mathematics specialists are former classroom teachers who are responsible for supporting the professional growth of their colleagues and promoting enhanced mathematics instruction and student learning throughout their schools.

They are responsible for strengthening classroom teachers’ understanding of mathematics content and helping teachers develop more effective mathematics teaching practices that allow all students to reach high standards, share research addressing how students learn mathematics and provide professional development for teachers of mathematics.

 As with all material found on the Internet, teachers and parents should be very careful in allowing students to explore these sites unless direct supervision is provided.

Harrisonburg City Schools is not responsible for the content of various links beyond the initial levels of each site.

Updated on : September 2,  2011

 

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