For StudentsThe interactive links below support our math program as well as provide helpful mathematics resources for parents. Encourage your kids to explore with investigations in math!
Fun Brain has a number of games and activities to help children learn their facts.
AAA Math is a great resource for practice with computation and facts.
Cool Math has a variety of games focusing on problem solving.
Kids Domain is a family resource.
Primary Games provides the younger children with really neat math activities and games.
Cyberchase is an excellent resource for problem solving with specific concepts and is modeled after the PBS cartoon Cyberchase (an excellent math cartoon for kids!).
Kidshub has challenging quizzes on a variety of topics.
Multiplication to help your child memorize his/her multiplication facts!
Nancy Starke, K-5 Chairperson
The Chittenango Middle School Mathematics Curriculum is designed to help students develop understanding, reasoning, and ways of thinking about numbers, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability, and statistics. Middle school students have a perspective all their own. We try to tap into their world with experiences and information that will grab their attention.
Through the use of a variety of teaching strategies we adapt to each studentÂ’s unique learning need while also improving their performance. We are currently using two textbooks in the middle school, Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley Middle School Math and the Connected Mathematics Series.
Melissa Schiedelman, 6-8 Chairperson
Chittenango Middle School
The Chittenango High School Mathematics program provides courses that will enable students to understand and use basic mathematical ideas including number sense and numerical concepts, operations on numbers, measurement, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, probability and statistics and calculus. Students need to develop the ability to communicate and reason mathematically, apply problem-solving skills to real world problems and to have the knowledge, skills and understanding to meet the demands of an ever-changing world.
All courses are instructed using the New York State Mathematics Standards and the key areas of mathematical reasoning, number and numeration, operations, modeling/multiple representation, measurement, uncertainty and patterns/functions.
For more information go to www.nysed.gov