MATHEMATICS at CMS
After extensive research by CUSD Mathematics teachers and administrators, College Prep Mathematics (CPM) has been adopted as the core mathematics curriculum for Coronado Unified School District, grades 6-12.
CPM Mission Statement
CPM’s mission is to empower mathematics students and teachers through exemplary curriculum, professional development, and leadership. We recognize and foster teacher expertise and leadership in mathematics education. We engage all students in learning mathematics through problem solving, reasoning, and communication. http://cpm.org
All parents and students are encouraged to read the following important information about mathematics and the middle school aged child from our friend, Dr. Jo Boaler, internationally recognized Stanford University professor.
6th Grade Course Descriptions
Every sixth grader at Coronado Middle School is placed into heterogeneously grouped core subject classes of language arts, history/social science, and science. Every new enrolling sixth grader will take a math placement test as part of the enrollment process before school starts in the fall. The placement score along with grades and standardized test scores will help determine placement in math.
7th Grade Course Descriptions
Every seventh grader at Coronado Middle School is placed into the following heterogeneously grouped core subject classes: Humanities (English/Language Arts and History/Social Science), Mathematics, and Science. A Math placement test is given to every newly enrolled seventh grader as part of the enrollment process. The placement scores, along with teacher recommendation and standardized test scores, help determine placement in seventh grade math.
8th Grade Course Descriptions
Every eighth grader at Coronado Middle School is placed in a heterogeneously grouped humanities (English/Language Arts and History/Social Science), Science, and Physical Education class. Also, every incoming eighth grader takes the Algebra Readiness Test either in the spring of the seventh grade year or as part of the enrollment process for eighth grade. The placement scores, along with teacher recommendation and standardized test scores, help determine placement in eighth grade Algebra.
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End of Grading Periods, Progress Reports and Final Grades ›
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Bring Your Own Device 1:1 Program ›
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) ›
KCMS: Coronado Middle School's Daily Broadcast Television Station ›
7th Grade Health Unit: HIV / AIDS Instruction ›
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Assessments ›
Application Elective Classes: ASB, Yearbook, KCMS, Advanced Performing Arts and Advanced Art ›
2018-2019 Hybrid Physical Education Class ›
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