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     Grades K-8 Math Specialist
     Grades 6-12 Math Specialist
     Dr. Brian Lack   Kathleen Carpenter
     (770.887.2461 ext. 202250)  (770.887.2461 ext. 202221)
     Dr. Brian Lack  Kathleen Carpenter
     
    Upcoming Math Competitions (click here)
     
    More than 200 students compete at the 2018 FCS Pi Fight.  Daves Creek Coach Carole Haich and the record-setting 5th grade team
     
    FCS will host the 9th Annual Pi Fight Math Competition on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at South Forsyth High School.  This is an invitation-only competition for students in grades 4-6.  Contact your child's teacher for more information.
     
     
    Learning Resources
     
    Forsyth County Schools use a variety of instructional tools.  The primary resource for mathematics is EnVision Math 2.0 by Pearson for grades K-8, and Pearson Math for high school.
     

    Parents: Click below for instructions on how to access Pearson's digital math tools and resources.
     
     

     

    The learning resources used during mathematics lessons include textbooks, workbooks, rich "Curriculum Framework" tasks from the GA Department of Education, manipulatives, math games and puzzles, inquiry-based projects, calculators (basic function to graphing), and more.  Please review itslearning for specific details about your child's math course. 
     
     
    Mathematics Standards
     

    Scope and Sequence 
     
    • For a specific grade level or course scope and sequence, please contact your child's teacher.
       
    • For high school course titles, sequences, and descriptions, click here: High School Math Course Digest
    • Beginning in grade 6, there are various course sequences (e.g., support, standard, accelerated, etc.).  For a tabular view of these sequences, click here: Math Course Sequence Grades 6-12

    K-12 Mathematics Trajectory

    Elementary students are exposed to number sense, computation, geometry, measurement, data and statistics, probability, algebraic thinking and patterns and daily problem solving starting in kindergarten. Middle school students are exposed to all of these strands, with a daily focus on algebraic skills and real-world problem solving. High school students expand on the foundations set in grades K-8 and have opportunities to take a program of study in mathematics that suits their current and post-secondary needs, including Advanced Placement (AP) math courses and distance learning calculus classes through the Georgia Institute of Technology.