High school gives students the opportunity to begin utilizing their college-ready skills. The Math curriculum is based on the Iowa Core standards and focuses on key concepts in numbers, algebra, functions, modeling, geometry, and statistics, and probability.
As a parent, the best thing you can do for your child is to stay engaged in their learning. Each day, take time to ask your child about their school day. Ask open-ended questions to encourage interaction. Then, you can build on their daily learning with some of the activities suggested on this webpage. Here are specific areas to focus on when working with your child.
You can also view suggested learning resources for students. These learning resources offer both digital activities and printable practice materials.
How to Help Your Child at Home:
- Please refer to the examples as identified on the Math High School Learning Outcomes page within each of the six major content areas for more information and tips.